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Drinking The Night Before Working Out
Should drinking a lot of water before bed help my body flush toxins better during sleep? Will the glymphatic system function better too if hydrated?
No: Don’t worry about toxins. The word “toxin” has been rendered meaningless by hucksters trying to get you to waste your money on bogus nostrums & pseudoscientific claptrap. Your body creates and destroys hundreds of “toxins” a day without your help. Just don’t worry about it. Trust me on this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I consistently wake up after around 3-4 hrs of sleep with the need to urinate and drink water. Feelings of dehydration also happen during day. Why?
Urine: Having to use the toilet so frequently could come from a number of causes. Please set up an appointment with your doctor who will take your medical history, examine you, and order appropriate labs. ...Read more
I get so much nervous at evening and can't sleep for a while on the bed even after long working day. Eventually fall in sleep early morning. Solution?
You bet!: Wear them as much as you like. ...Read more
Coughing and wheezing every night for last four nights after going to bed even waking up middle of night.Only gets better by applying hot pack to back?
Why i can't sleep well at night when i stop drinking coffee or tea for the sake of better life style while the opposite supposed to happen?
Nausea 5mins after l get out of bed in the morning. Laying in bed before that l feel ok. Day 3after hplyori treatment finished. how to stop nausea?
I drink water throughout the day, but since you usually don't drink during night while sleeping, does that start to dehydrate the body?
NO!!: If you have normal kidneys they quite tightly regulate the amount of fluid and the salts retained in your bloodstream. When you stress your body physiologically over a somewhat prolonged time period - I.e. Run a marathon, participate in an Ironman competition, play sports very vigorously- you can become dehydrated if you don't replenish your fluid and electrolytes frequently. ...Read more
Pain in bladder day after drinking. Soon after drinking the night before I had drank a lot water & went to the toilet frequently to avoid bladder pain?
Bladder pain: You will need a medical evaluation. Pain is not normal. Please seek help right away ...Read more
Will water cause your weight to be up in the morning if you drink a lot the night before? Thanks! I always drink tea before bed.
Alcohol and Sweat: The side effects caused by alcohol are seen till it is eliminated from the system. About 95% of the alcohol consumed is metabolized by the liver. The rest of the alcohol makes its away out of the system through the breath, urine, sweat, feces and breast milk. Sweating after drinking alcohol is common, because alcohol has a tendency to dilate the vessels in the skin. This leads to heat then sweat. ...Read more
I prefer to put the glaucoma drop in my every night a couple of hours before bedtime instead of right before bedtime. Is there any problem doing this?
Not at all!: Drinking water helps you stay hydrated which is good for your body. The only downside to drinking a glass of water before bed is possibly having to get up at night to urinate. ...Read more
What length should afternoon naps be (taking into consideration the stages of sleep) so that i wake up feeling revitalised and ready to work at night?
Drank 3 coolers last night and can't stop throwing up the next day, i didn't get drunk and ate before and while drinking. This has never happened...
Bad mix: It could have been something you ate or a combination of what you ate and the coolers. ...Read more
How do I sleep better at night? How can I sleep better at night? I already take sleeping pills nightly but they don't help. I have trouble falling asleep and then waking up dozens of times through out the night.
Not : Not sleeping well is a very frustrating condition. You may have already tried not drinking caffeine after noon, not exercising too close to bedtime, and not using your computer or tv within an hour of bedtime. Consider adding "white noise" such as a fan. Be sure that your room is cool and not overly warm. Eating light during the day, then having a larger meal at around 7 pm or so can be helpful. If these don't work, you may want to see your doctor or even a sleep specialist to discuss your situation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Best tips for waking up early? I've been working on getting up earlier in the morning, but i'm usually too tired to get out of bed.
Circadian rhythm: Your brain suppresses melatonin secretion with exposure to light to help wakefulness. When it is dark, melatonin is secreted which causes sleepiness. That is why using electronics in bed or watching television before sleep in bed is such a bad idea for people with trouble sleeping. It's the effect of the light. ...Read more
56 year old male, do drink every night, have high ferritin. Recently find that muscles burn whilst working in workshop, legs cramp,twitching in sleep?
Hemochromatosis?: High ferritin may be a sign of hemochromatosis, a disease of excess iron storage in liver and other organs. If diagnosed and treated early, its serious complications (cirrhosis and heart and gonadal failure) can be prevented or reduced. I recommend you see a hematologist. ...Read more
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Sir am working in super market soft drink section.Now sir some time brown cough coming...What is this....Am very confuse?
Not the soft drinks: It is not an effect of the soft drinks directly. You probably have allergy, and yes it could be to the soft drinks if they pop. The color of your secretion is from the cells involved in the inflammation. Allergy sometimes causes popping of the superficial blood vessels and cause yellow or brownish secretion. Eosinophils and basophils from allergy can also cause discolored secretions. ...Read more
I just started working in a calling center and i havent been drinking much to avoid too many trips but i wondered if that can cause you to forget stuf?
No: drinking coffe? or just water to avoid trips to bathroom, no this would not cause you to forget stuff, but caffiene makes one more alert ...Read more
But why would you?: Seriously, if your goal is weight reduction, beer is very high in empty, non-nutritive calories. You can't spot reduce, so aiming for specific reduction in abdominal circumference may prove frustrating. Abdominal exercise will certainly tone your 6-pack which you can show off nicely once total weight reduction is achieved. There is no substitute for healthy eating & exercise to reach your goal. ...Read more
Benefit how?: Gatorade is designed to replace the fluid lost to exercise in the humidity and heat. If you are not losing lots of fluid you shouldnt need it, if fluid losses are affecting your performance then you may benefit. This takes a strenuous exercise, like playing football and getting very sweaty. ...Read more
Gatorade: ...just tastes good, but it probable no better than regular water... There are some electrolytes ('salts' and sugars) in Gatorade, but it is often much more sweet than good for you. It is basically the same a drinking soda; it is better to hydrate with water both during and after- to wash out the waste products of muscles from working out and maybe dilute Gatorade 75% if you enjoy the taste.. ...Read more
What will be happen if i don't really drink water everyday due to my working . Will that cause anything or illness soon?
Dehydration: Can drink anything---doesn't have to be water. ...Read more
I drink plenty of water yet I do not sweat much when I exercise. Could this be a sign that something isn't working properly?
Not everyone is the.: ...same. U probably have high unnoticeable sweating. Don't let this keep U away from proper hydration. A good way 2 know if U R Under hydrated is 2 watch the color of Ur urine. Someone who is dehydrated will have deeply yellow colored urine. A well hydrated person will have almost clear urine. Insensate water loss is seen in heat, ,low humidity, & with a wind or breeze. ...Read more
Not a good idea: The better person to ask would be a trainer, all of whom believe that use of alcohol is bad for athletes, especially when they are training. Obviously, this depends on whether we are talking about an occasional beer the night before, or heavier drinking. Alcohol can damage muscles and nerves, and causes metabolic changes that do not promote healthy metabolism. Wouldn't do it. ...Read more
Yes: Depends on what you are trying to achieve. ...Read more
When its gone: continue the prep till its gone to get the best results. ...Read more
For the last couple off days ive been really thirsty. But nothing i drink is working what does this mean?
It depends: it may be as simple as excessive thirst from dehydration, seasonal allergies causing throat irritation etc to more severe manifestation of diabetes in which case you would also be peeing more frequently. If your symptoms persist even after some OTC meds for symptomatic relief for the above possibilities, please see your GP fir an evaluation. ...Read more
When you are working out, when is best time to hydrate/drink water- before, during, after or all of these?
Watered down Answer.: There are various ways to look at this. Water before and after should be sufficient to deal with the hydration issue. Hydrating during exercise uses valuable energy to absorb the water through the gut and thus reducing energy to the muscles target in the workout. Of course this is all predicated on your fitness level, temperature, humidity and various other parameters. ...Read more
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