Health is a precious capital of people. Eating and moving reasonably helps improve health and prevent disease. Participating in sports not only helps the body to be physically healthy but also mentally healthy. When exercising sports, be sure to have water before, during and after exercise. Water regulates body temperature, lubricates joints and helps transport nutrients to provide energy and health. If you do not drink enough water, you will not be able to maximize your athletic power, and may feel tired, have cramps, dizziness or other more serious symptoms.
Everyone knows that exercise is good for health, but if abuse can be fatal. Excessive exercise occurs due to neurological disorders associated with prolonged fatigue. This muscular dysfunction of the nervous system causes a dysregulation and coordination of functions and reduces the body’s ability to function.
Excessive progressive exercise will disrupt sophisticated coordination in complex movements. The heavier the exercise, the more dysfunctional the plant functions. Circulatory and respiratory changes during rest: Heart activity disorders occur in the state of overtraining.
Changes in circulation and respiration in movement: When exercising, people who are over-exercised are very tired. The amount of movement is not large, causing shortness of breath, rapid pulse, respiratory arrhythmias and extra-ventricular arrhythmias.
Pain when exercising too hard not only affects the mind, but also the body. Once you cross the exercise boundary, it can be harmful to your health. Muscle damage, arthritis, heart and all problems will ‘wait’ to attack you if you continue to abuse it. Our bodies are limited and if you exceed that limit, you will harm yourself.
To know more specifically how much water to drink, you can measure the amount of sweat lost by comparing your weight before and after exercise for a few days and then take the average of weight loss after practice. Weight loss after exercise shows dehydration during exercise and needs replenishment.
During practice, filtered water is the best drink for most people and in most cases. Many scientific research results have examined the amount of drinking water to consume when exercising sports.