Re: [SportMed] SPORTS MEDICINE : SPORTS INJURIES : MEDICAL: ORTHOPEDIC MEDICINE : MEDICAL: DISEASES : ORGANIZATIONS : MEDICAL: SURGERY: The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2017 23:26:04 -0800
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MEDICINE : MEDICAL: DISEASES : ORGANIZATIONS : MEDICAL: SURGERY: The
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Hi can someone please tell me what are the natural ways to avoid
dehydration related injuries. Like i have noticed that despite drinking
lots of water i tend to get muscle cramps much earlier than my team mates.
Moreover, are there pills or drinks which would help me avoid
this?Drinking a lot of water and Gatorate does ot seem to work for me,
although for some of my friends it tends to be enough. _._,_._,_
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That being said, the vast difference you experience from water intake when
participating in active exercise and sports from your colleagues may
point to a medical problem and should be checked out by appropriate
In the meantime here are links to database search results about thirst,
exercise, and water or electrolyte drinks from several databases to help
guide your thinking.
(thirst OR thirstiness OR dryness OR absorption) AND (exercising OR
exercises OR "intense activity" OR "intense exertion" OR "sports
participation" OR "sports activities") AND ("water intake" OR electrolytes
OR quenching OR satisfying) [Thirst Quenching After Exercise Problems]