Prevent Dehydration during Fasting

One of the problems that can arise during fasting in the summer is the vulnerability of the body to become dehydrated. To that end, here is how to prevent it.

Use a drink with a label number to track your intake of water and refill if necessary to make sure we get enough H2O intake. It will help keep things starting and reduce the risk of dehydration.

Eat vegetables with high water content such as cucumbers, celery and broccoli. For fruits, eat fruits with high water content such as apples, pears, strawberries, blueberries, watermelon, oranges and grapes.

Coconut water is a natural ingredient that is very refreshing and able to cope with dehydration. It also contains isotonic and electrolyte useful as a beverage after exercise. Coconut water also contains vital nutrients such as vitamin B complex, amino acids and vitamin C, and minerals like potassium, manganese and magnesium.

Sea salt contains more than 84 minerals and nutrients. By adding them to drink, then minerals and nutrients will also carry over. In addition, drinks mixed with sea salt are able to release thirst longer for minerals in the body are able to retain water.

It is highly recommended to remain active during fasting. However, it remains to be realistic and accept the fact that the body may not be able to do the exercise with the same intensity as in other months. If you were planning on doing cardio exercise, reduce the intensity or duration, or maybe both.