Which Is A Way For The Body To Conserve Water During Periods Of Heavy Sweating?

The body is capable of storing excess water, but if you are not drinking enough fluids to replace what you sweat out during exercising, there will be no extra room for this excess fluid. Another reason the body conserves water is that it cannot completely eliminate sodium or potassium salts from your blood because these elements are necessary for electrical function in nerves and muscles. When you consume too much salt, which can happen when sweating heavily, your kidneys try to rid themselves of the excessive salt by excreting more urine than they should. If this happens on a regular basis it may lead to low levels of electrolytes or even kidney damage. This explains why marathon runners often have urination problems after finishing their race!

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A Word About Hydration Stages During Exercise

Some people seem confused by different ways people describe dehydration stages during exercise. For example some runners say they feel thirsty while others believe “thirst” does not exist until very late in an event due to hypothermia setting in with prolonged exertion at extreme temperatures (hence thermoregulation). Some refer to needing 80 ounces per hour while others state 100-120 oz/hr seems appropriate? The problem

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