WATER AND HYDRATION.

 

 

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Hydration is essential for our body, the amount of water to be taken every day, can vary according to several factors, such as state of health, the physical activity carried out and the place where you live.
Drinking water has always been a key recommendation, to stay healthy and to guarantee well-being. Hydrate allows the elimination of toxins and the transport of nutrients to the cells.
Water is necessary to maintain the correct moisture of the mucous membranes of the nose and throat. The shortage of water can cause dehydration, a condition that does not allow the body to function regularly and which can cause fatigue and feeling of fatigue.
Another phenomenon confirmed by some clinical research: thermogenesis, that is, the heat production of the organism. Drinking more water helps to stimulate the metabolism and burn more calories.
The water feeds the energy muscles, you should drink before training or starting a physical activity, help to reduce the risk of cramps, fatigue and distortions.

In addition, those who sweat must drink more to compensate for the loss of fluids.
The amount of water to be taken after workouts also depends on their duration and the dispersed liquid. We must learn and listen to our body.

The lack of water can cause dehydration, a condition that does not allow the body to function normally. Even a state of slight dehydration can cause fatigue and feeling of fatigue.
It is important to choose the water with fixed residue not superior on 50 milligrams per liter, in order to effectively drain the body. A water at low residue is also alkaline water, because of poor Calcium and Magnesium.

 

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