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The best way to hydrate is “drink to thirst” since the worst in over-consuming water is coma while dehydration in extreme cases leads to death. “However, if the conditions are hot and (one is) planning to exercise for prolonged periods, I would recommend (the consumption of) approximately 250 millilitres of water before exercise, which is about the most the stomach can tolerate and absorb in the period just before exercise,” said Dr Chad Asplund.
Staying hydrated is a key element of maintaining day-to-day health and ensuring people avoid more serious problems like chronic headaches, constipation, dizziness, urinary tract infections and kidney stones.