Generally, if your amount of exercise is slight and the amount of sweat is slight, the water can be replenished immediately, preferably 100 ml. It can then be added at intervals of 5-10 minutes. If it is strenuous exercise, the water dispersion is relatively large. It is not advisable to add water immediately, because if you drink a lot of water at this time, it will stimulate the stomach. If you are thirsty, you can only gargle or drink no more than 50ml of water. You need to take a rest exercise, such as walking slowly to get the body out of motion and return to normal. When the pulse is restored to 120 times/min or less, the water can be replenished. It is suitable for 100ml each time. It is not allowed to drink plenty of water continuously. The interval between drinking water is 10 minutes. In general, after a vigorous exercise, the water loss is very large, you can drink some functional drinks or light salt water to quickly replenish moisture. However, remember not to drink a lot of ice water. Ice water will increase the gastrointestinal irritation and cause harm to the body. Although it feels cool, even in normal times, ice water is not suitable for regular drinking.
What kind of water we should drink after exercise
1. Plain boiled water
The boiled water is the easiest. During the exercise, the water is lost. Therefore, hydration is a top priority after exercise. Other lost substances can be supplemented by meals.
2. Alkaline beverages
When the activity is intense, the body heat storage increases, and sweating is the main way to dissipate heat. After a lot of sweating, it is necessary to replenish water in time. Otherwise, it will not only cause fatigue, but also cause accumulation of acidic metabolites, resulting in fatigue and exercise capacity decreased. Therefore, suitable drinks during exercise are alkaline beverages what containing less than 5% sugar and containing inorganic salts such as potassium, sodium, calcium and magnesium.
3. Vegetable juice
Vegetable juice contains a lot of nutrients needed by the human body, and the vegetable juice has low calorie. Drinking vegetable juice after exercise can not only replenish water and other nutrients in time, but also help detoxification and digestion, which is beneficial for weight loss.
In short, exercise can sweat, but it is necessary to replenish the substances consumed.