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Liquid and electrolytes

Fluid intake before, during and after physical exertion is a common practice for optimizing indicators and protecting health. Even mild dehydration can adversely affect the body's ability to cope with physical exertion, especially when it is performed under elevated temperatures. This section focuses on the practical consequences of consuming an adequate amount of fluid during exercise and its significance for physiological functions and athletic performance. This will make it possible to formulate practical recommendations for liquid recovery.

Compensation of fluid and electrolytes after physical exertion

When a fluid deficit (ie dehydration) appears after physical exertion, it should be quickly eliminated by rehydration. Work on the land during the day ...

Replenishment of fluid and electrolytes during the load

Practical advice and advice on fluid intake before, during and after exercise ...

Replenishment of liquid and electrolytes before loading

Approximately 2 hours before exercise, it is recommended to consume about 500 ml of liquid, which contributes to adequate hydration of the body and provides time for the allocation of excess water ...

Control of the electrolytic ball. The need for electrolytes

The concentration of electrolytes in cell membranes should be strictly controlled to ensure the functions of the cells of the whole organism. Electrolyte imbalance, for example, of the heart muscle, can have deleterious effects ...

Need for a liquid

An athlete who trains for 2 hours every day can easily lose an additional 4 liters of fluid, which increases the daily requirement for fluids to 6-7 liters ...

Why do you need a fluid balance control?

The liquid balance is regulated by mechanisms that affect the release of water and sodium, as well as a thirst. Losses with sweat are accompanied by a decrease in the volume of plasma and an increase in the osmotic pressure ...

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