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Feeling thirsty after an intense workout is pretty typical. It's a natural sign of dehydration and a signal that we need to replenish fluids into our body and bloodstream. But what many of us don't know is that our muscles need water and electrolytes too. Yes, that's right- our muscles also need proper hydration. More than 70% of our skeletal muscles are composed of water. For our muscles to contract and perform protein synthesis, they need a proper balance of water and electrolytes, including minerals such as sodium and potassium. When our muscles contract during strength and resistance training, water...

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Does your mouth, throat, or nose feel dry and scratchy when you get up in the morning? Do you feel tired only hours after waking up in the morning? Do pains and aches start to kick in around in the early afternoon? By 3 PM, are you so tired that you can hardly keep your eyes open without a critical cup of coffee? Well, you may be dehydrated. While many of us may experience these symptoms every day, we often dismiss them as being a part of "early morning state" and never really get to the bottom of why the...

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