hyperhydration


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Related to hyperhydration: Hypohydration
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hy·per·hy·dra·tion

n. hiperhidratación, aumento excesivo del contenido de agua en el cuerpo.
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Glycerol use in hyperhydration and rehydration: scientific update.
The effect of hyperhydration on physiological and perceived strain during treadmill exercise in personal protective equipment.
Sport and other scientists from Europe, North America, and Australia discuss selected supplements meant to influence lactate accumulation, blood flow, oxygen consumption, and mitochondrial respiration, and growth hormone response; probiotics, immunoglukan, bovine colostrum, fruit and vegetable concentrates, cherry juice, and milk consumption plus resistance training for gut health, immune function, antioxidant potential, pain relief, and women's body composition and skeletal health; hydration, hyperhydration, and fluid balance/loading through glycerol use, salt and fluid loading, and milk protein consumption; chocolate milk and L-carnitine for exercise recovery; and over-the-counter supplements and inadvertent doping.
Section 3 is "Hydration and fluid balance" including chapters about glycerol use in hyperhydration and rehydration, effects of salt and fluid loading on blood volume and exercise performance, and milk protein consumption and the restoration of fluid balance after exercise.
Crohn disease of the small bowel: Spiral CT evaluation after oral hyperhydration with isotonic solution.
Supportive care is therefore very aggressive, with allopurinol and hyperhydration for tumour lysis syndrome, plasma and low-dose heparin for DIC, and combination broad-spectrum intravenous antibiotics (6) (see article on febrile neutropenia in this edition of CME).
Effects of hyperhydration on total body water, temperature regulation and performance of elite young soccer players in a warm climate.