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Poster Presentation Schedule 11/16 11/23 & Amanda
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Hydration: Overview Importance of hydration Your daily fluid needs How exercise increases your need What and how much to drink Before, during and after exercise Setting up a hydration plan Battle of the beverages Signs & symptoms of inadequate fluid intake
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Your daily fluid needs Drink water throughout day Your fluid needs: Body weight (lbs.) divided by 2 = ounces per day Indicators of hydration: Pale yellow urine Relatively frequent
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Exercise Increases Fluid Needs Working muscles generate heat.  We sweat  (lose water) to get rid of this heat.  If water is not replaced, the body decreases sweat  rate to conserve blood volume  Heart works harder to move blood The body still needs to get rid of heat. Some of the blood that was taking oxygen to muscle  is diverted to the skin to get rid of heat Heart rate and body temperature increase
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for optimal performance
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course NUTR 26 taught by Professor Gigiacker during the Fall '11 term at DeAnza College.

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