Top Reasons to Drink Water When Exercising
Marcella has written a great article about the importance of drinking enough water dailey for your health. She also points out that dehydration can cause kidney stones…
Just as an observer in several health clubs, I rarely see anyone drinking water. It’s ironic that these exercise enthusiasts are sweating to attain good health yet not drinking enough water while exercising can ultimately give them kidney stones.
The number of people in the United States with kidney stones has been increasing over the past 30 years. In fact, the number nearly doubled since 1997. There are other health problems from not drinking enough water.
Limited Water Intake Symptoms
Limited water intake can cause dry coughs, bronchitis, dry skin, acne, nose bleeds, urinary tract infections, constant sneezing, sinus pressure, and headaches and the above-mentioned kidney stones.
Benefits of drinking water when you exercise.
- Water with Lemon. Besides quenching your thirst after a workout, lemons have a high concentration of citrate which naturally inhibits kidney stone formation. If you can’t drink water, drink lemonade.
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