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    great

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    I honestly didn't know that bad breath could be a symptom of dehydration
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    I've always wondered if drinking too much water can cause any problems?

    Sometimes when I'm at home I use to drink ~15 liters of water (for the entire day).

    I am not forcing myself to it, it' just what I do...

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    Originally Posted by Tentov View Post
    I've always wondered if drinking too much water can cause any problems?

    Sometimes when I'm at home I use to drink ~15 liters of water (for the entire day).

    I am not forcing myself to it, it' just what I do...

    Great thread by the way.
    Yeah too much can flush out all your electrolytes which can be fatal.
    There have been reports of people who were forced to drink over 10 liters in less than 3 hours which died.
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    I now hydrate so much more than I used to and I have too say they arn't lying. Hydration helps with literally everything in life.
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    Originally Posted by pulledup View Post
    I now hydrate so much more than I used to and I have too say they arn't lying. Hydration helps with literally everything in life.
    Who is "they"?
    I wrote this article^^
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    I drink about 101 ounces per day from my water jug I purchased at Walmart for a dollar. I usually refill it and use it for about a week, (with occasionally cleaning it out, of course). I even call her Delilah lol. Anywho, before I started working out (at age 16), I drank about 80 ounces per day in order to clear up my acne. I had heard that It drives out all the impurities from the system. I later found out that out that water helps energize the body, and repair muscle fibers.

    In summary, drinking water can help you obtain clean healthy looking skin, repair muscle fibers, and energize your body significantly throughout the day. In fact, I've replaced coffee with water because its given me such great energy.
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    It should be noted that very few people on this site would be dehydrated anyways, Studies tend to be done on fasted individuals etc, hard to know how this would compare to someone who eats regularly with a high protein diet. I don't believe that If i was to drink the usual amount of water I do (5-6 litres) vs a day of just drinking a litre that my bench would drop from 97.5 to 80-85? Study was badly laid out so I didn't pay too much attention to it but did it take into account all liquids plus the liquids in the foods we eat etc?

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    Originally Posted by eoghankid View Post
    I don't believe that If i was to drink the usual amount of water I do (5-6 litres) vs a day of just drinking a litre that my bench would drop from 97.5 to 80-85?
    Because that short amount of time might not be enough to get you at a 4% dehydration level. But I bet if you drank 1 litre a day for 2-3 days your bench would certainly drop.
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    Originally Posted by AlexTheNewbie View Post
    That's worth all the benefits I stated above.

    Especially the strength improvements

    A person with 3% dehydration will lift 80Kg instead of 100Kg. Quite a difference now isn't it?
    must be difficult to get 3% dehydrated tho?

    Ive been dehydrated before and didnt lose 20% of my strength but i couldnt tell you how much % i was dehydrated.

    You do get a lot of water from your diet as well so no need to start drinking 10L a day. i average 4-5L i tend to drink about 2L at the gym alone :P
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    Originally Posted by CompoundUK View Post
    must be difficult to get 3% dehydrated tho?

    Ive been dehydrated before and didnt lose 20% of my strength but i couldnt tell you how much % i was dehydrated.

    You do get a lot of water from your diet as well so no need to start drinking 10L a day. i average 4-5L i tend to drink about 2L at the gym alone :P
    Noone ever said 10 liters lol. 3-4 are enough already.
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    thank u for that great article
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    Good Sticky, but everything you've mentioned was almost word for word on what Scooby has said in his video he uploaded on June 20th, 2011.

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    You are doing a good job buddy. Its really important to have lots of water. Its not only important for muscle development, but its also very important for our overall body and brain development. the more we have it, better will be the functioning of brain and body. I thinnk you must have experienced it by now.keep the good work on.
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    great thread. I am drinking 2-4l per day sometimes even more it helps alot. anyway when i drink watter i fell alot better after i found that energy on water i just even dont look at coca cola.
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    Pretty cool post. I don't think over-hydration is 'that' big of a deal unless you just drink an absurd amount, and that usually doesn't happen.

    I'm amazed by those people who never drink water and they mainly drink **** like Soda and all.
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    I love drinking water and I try to drink as much as possible during my workout. It tastes so good and makes you feel great!
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    Veryyyyyy good post dude. Seriously, i struggle so hard to even get a gallon a day in. I barely ever do. Deff gunna try a little harder lol thanks
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    Thanks a lot dude, I too have the symptom of exhaustion and headache and yeah sleep too. I hardly drink 2 liters of water..
    After reading this, I will start drinking 5 liters from now onward.
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    Very nice article, I've always drank a lot of water, tho I have to pee every freaking 30 minutes, I know I'm hydrated when my pee is transparent, so it tells me that I'm doing good :b
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    I noticed a difference..... like pissing every 30 min or so.
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    Excellent thread.
    Don't forget guys if, like me, you like water while working out but not while you're not working out or not thirsty, you can always add BCAAs to your drink. I'd suggest not sticking to the recommended serving size though. One scoop per 250mL water sweet as fuark. I'll dilute about 3/4 scoop for approx 750mL
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    Originally Posted by RandyRenaud View Post
    You are doing a good job buddy. Its really important to have lots of water. Its not only important for muscle development, but its also very important for our overall body and brain development. the more we have it, better will be the functioning of brain and body. I thinnk you must have experienced it by now.keep the good work on.
    Originally Posted by Bodybuild3 View Post
    Pretty cool post. I don't think over-hydration is 'that' big of a deal unless you just drink an absurd amount, and that usually doesn't happen.

    I'm amazed by those people who never drink water and they mainly drink **** like Soda and all.
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    Veryyyyyy good post dude. Seriously, i struggle so hard to even get a gallon a day in. I barely ever do. Deff gunna try a little harder lol thanks
    Originally Posted by Kumar619 View Post
    Thanks a lot dude, I too have the symptom of exhaustion and headache and yeah sleep too. I hardly drink 2 liters of water..
    After reading this, I will start drinking 5 liters from now onward.
    Originally Posted by Ricardomonica View Post
    Very nice article, I've always drank a lot of water, tho I have to pee every freaking 30 minutes, I know I'm hydrated when my pee is transparent, so it tells me that I'm doing good :b
    Originally Posted by tomlaw91 View Post
    Excellent thread.
    Don't forget guys if, like me, you like water while working out but not while you're not working out or not thirsty, you can always add BCAAs to your drink. I'd suggest not sticking to the recommended serving size though. One scoop per 250mL water sweet as fuark. I'll dilute about 3/4 scoop for approx 750mL
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    i was of the same opinion as you about the whole water situation and tried to drink 2+ liters a day but then i came across this article and it raised a couple of question any input on the article?
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    Very informative thread thanks!
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    Amen. Didn't realize why I had consistent headaches working over the summer.. I started guzzling a gallon to a gallon an a half a day and they vanished, along with that tired feeling. Haven't noticed any strength gains, but damn do I feel better.
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    I was drinking like that and felt great but peed (transparent) every 15-60mins and I thought it was bad, just read this post so I guess it's normal. Thanks!
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