The 1.5-2.5gal per day estimation is a bit high for my standards. Plus, I'm rarely doing much during the day when I'd be sweating, and as stated before, being in the shade mitigates that. To stay adequately hydrated: drink when you're thirsty, and always have the water on-hand,,,
Trishntek wrote:SIXTY-PERCENT of all kidney stones are caused by dehydration. Under dehydrated circumstances, a kidney stone can form instantaneously.
"Peeing too much" is better than the alternative. Lytes are easily replaced, a kidney stone will fuck your burn like nothing else.
Trishntek wrote:"Peeing too much" is better than the alternative. Lytes are easily replaced, a kidney stone will fuck your burn like nothing else.
BBadger wrote:Are you sure it was a lack of electrolytes or just plain ol' dehydration? Specifically, was it in your muscles that you felt bad?
(Note that I'm not saying you're wrong, but sometimes it's just having the water or fructose that makes you feel better).
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