overhydrate


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overhydrate

(ō′vər-hī′drāt)
tr.v. overhy·drated, overhy·drating, overhy·drates
To cause to take excessive fluids into the body, as through intravenous injection.

o′ver·hy·dra′tion n.
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When you overhydrate, you dilute important electrolytes, such as sodium, in your blood, with potentially serious consequences.
Likewise, it's not necessary to overhydrate before a match or practice.
It is, however, inadvisable to overhydrate patients with acute asthma as they are prone to transcapillary fluid migration and alveolar flooding.
Dehydration adversely affects athletic performance.' (24) These messages may have encouraged runners to overhydrate prior to the race.
"I had no breakfast because I felt so sick and then what you're meant to do before you play any sport is to overhydrate.
'I hadno breakfast because I felt so sick and then what you're meant to do before you play any sport is to overhydrate.