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DEHYDRATION IN BOXING
What is Dehydration? n Represents the excessive loss of body water
Causes of Dehydration n Excessive sweating n Vomiting n Diarrhea n Inadequate water intake n Excessive urination
Signs of Dehydration n Increased thirst n Dry mouth n Dry skin n Sunken eyes n Low urine output
Effects of Dehydration on the Boxer n Decreased alertness n Decreased concentration n Slowed reaction time n Increased tiredness or fatigue n Headaches n Impaired exercise performance
Tests for Dehydration n Tenting of the skin (the skin remains elevated after being pulled up and released)
Tests for Dehydration n Check urine color n Darker urine indicates more dehydration
How to treat dehydration n Replenish with oral fluids n Fluid replacement with intravenous fluids (only in severe cases) n Stop fluid loss
How to Prevent Dehydration in Boxing n Avoid rapid weight loss n Drink plenty of water n Avoid u Saunas u Sweat suits u Diuretics (water pills) u Laxatives
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