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Electrolytes And Your Body

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Electrolytes are minerals found in bodily fluids that carry an electric charge and are essential to keeping the heart, nerves, and muscles functioning properly. One of the major roles of electrolytes is to ensure that fluid levels inside and outside the cell are balanced. The cell can adjust its fluid levels by changing the concentration of electrolytes.

Electrolytes are well known to help with hydration, which allows for improved performance. Even more important, though, is electrolytes role in the regulation of our heart. Balanced levels help prevent post-workout fatigue and cramping, leading to a sub-optimal performance on succeeding workouts.

Other symptoms of electrolyte imbalance include dizziness, nausea, constipation, dry mouth, dry skin and achy joints. While working out, you lose 4 of the most vital minerals, each of which contributes to an essential function of the body.

Increased sodium hypernatremia in the blood occurs whenever there is excess sodium in relation to water. There are numerous causes of hypernatremia; these may include kidney disease too little water intake, and loss of water due to diarrhea or vomiting.
A decreased concentration of sodium hyponatremia occurs whenever there is a relative increase in the amount water in your body in relation to sodium. This happens with some diseases of the liver, kidney, and in patients with congestive heart .Image result for electrolyte photos

Many athletes turn to sports drinks or electrolyte tablets to replace these important minerals. Certain brands of sports drinks have done a miraculous job marketing their product to us. So much in fact, that when we engage in any athletic activity, we are convinced that we must gulp something sporty and fruity to replenish our electrolytes and feel better. One mistake people make is buying bottled water from the gym or store and drinking it while working out, or during the day. This can lead to a huge loss of electrolytes through sweat and urination, throwing off the balance in the body

The idea is that electrolyte drinks are needed to properly re-hydrate our bodies and improve performance. This is not true. Did you know that you can get many of your electrolyte needs met through foods? For instance, high potassium fruits include banana, dates, raisins, coconut and avocado. Vegetable sources include spinach, beans, lentils, and potato.   https://propta.com/usa-propta/

 

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