DEHYDRATION CAN OCCUR FROM SPENDING TOO MUCH TIME IN THE SUN,
AS A BY-PRODUCT OF HAVING AN UPSET STOMACH OR JUST SIMPLY BY NOT DRINKING ENOUGH WATER.
“Symptoms range from tiredness to headaches and muscle soreness. It can cause everything from thirst through to vomiting and even collapse, Dr Kosterich says. Prevention is paramount and Dr Kosterich recommends being conscientious about keeping up your fluid intake. If it is too late for that, then an electrolyte solution is your DIY option.
“One previous small study found that trained and untrained people who dose up on antioxidant supplements impair important exercise training adaptations such as improved insulin sensitivity and production of special proteins that actually help defend the body against oxidative stress caused by exercise, says Tim Crowe, Associate Professor in the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University and founder of Thinking Nutrition (thinkingnutrition.com.au).
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