Thirst until you feel dizzy during exercise are signs of dehydration or lack of body fluids and electrolytes. In children, drinking milk is better to treat the condition rather than drinking energy drinks.
The risk of dehydration is usually increased during the day, especially when the weather is at its hottest. In addition to exit through the sweat, body fluids and electrolytes contained in them are also out through evaporation that occurs on the surface of the skin as well as talk.
According to the study, every 1 percent loss of body fluids so the body’s physical ability will decrease 15 percent. The signs include difficulty concentrating, heart rate and core body temperature increases and more quickly feel tired.
More severe dehydration also can trigger organ damage is more serious, or even death. For example in people who are on the move too long in the sun, there is often a heart condition called heat stroke.
Children are quite susceptible to the harmful effects of dehydration because it is in its infancy, so that the function of organs has not entirely perfect. Especially when the kids are exercising in the hot sun, especially when the air feels dry.
A study at McMaster University showed that drinking water alone is sometimes not enough because it does not replace electrolytes lost body with sweat. Even so, for the kids energy drinks are not too discouraged.
Milk is much better to be consumed during exercise in the sun, because the nutrient content in it not only replaces lost fluids and electrolytes. Protein and calcium ydi it is also good for the formation of muscle cells and bone.
“Children are easily dehydrated during exercise and they need to drink enough to replace body fluids. Milk is better because it is rich in protein, carbohydrates, calcium and electrolytes,” said one researcher, as quoted by Brian Timmons Indiavision.
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