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Helps the body’s uptake of water by restoring electrolytes.
Calcium, magnesium and potassium contribute to normal muscle function.
Recovery™ contains minerals maintaining a normal energy-yielding metabolism.
Potassium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure.
Recovery™ contains magnesium to help reduce tiredness and fatigue.
An effervescent created for the modern, moving, conscious man.
Dietary supplement: Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Not to be used as a substitute for a varied diet or a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach from small children.
There are multiple factors that can impact how much water you should be drinking, climate and temperature, body weight, how active you are, and your general health to name a few.
Dehydration is a common cause of muscle cramps. Muscles require plenty of water and electrolytes and without enough fluid, muscles can become extremely sensitive and start to spasm or contract involuntarily. We also need water to flush out cellular waste. A buildup of toxins can lead to inflammation, often resulting in pain. Water helps lubricate our joints, and can help ward off joint pain.
Dehydration can manifest through various symptoms, including excessive thirst, dry mouth, dark-colored urine, fatigue, dizziness, headaches, dry skin, and muscle cramps.
In most cases, water is sufficient for rehydration. However, during prolonged physical exercise lasting over an hour or in intense heat conditions, sports drinks can be beneficial. This is because sports drinks contain electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, and magnesium, which are lost through sweat. These electrolytes aid in restoring the body's fluid and electrolyte balance more effectively than water alone.
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