“Hydration” and “sports” are always mentioned together, but why exactly?
During physical exercise, your muscles produce heat that needs to be eliminated to maintain your body’s normal functioning. Water transports heat through blood into the skin, where it evaporates in the form of sweat. Via this process, water regulates body temperature. When you lose water through perspiration, your cardiac rhythm increases because your blood volume decreases. The heart pumps faster and stronger to provide your cells with the nutrients and oxygen they need. Drinking natural mineral water helps to control your cardiac rhythm and to eliminate the buildup of lactic acid, which can make your body feel cramped and fatigued.
Hydration during sports is really important. Don’t you think?
If you don’t hydrate while exercising, your performance will decline and you will feel discomfort. The symptoms of dehydration can be felt when the amount of water you lose is equal to one percent of your body weight. For example, an adult weighing 70 kilograms will feel fatigued and lose focus when his body loses 700 millilitres of water.