Nowadays, there are many exercise activities for us to choose from, such as yoga, aerobics, swimming, cycling, and running, etc. When exercising, then what following is a loss of sweat and elevated body temperature. When sweat is lost, the body loses the minerals that are in the body as well. The consequences of not getting the necessary minerals back into the body can lead to cramping, fatigue, lack of refreshment, and possibly even "kidney failure" due to "myocardial infarction".
What is myocardial infarction? Why can it be kidney failure?
Most of the muscles in our body are “skeletal muscles,” which comprise about 50% of the total muscle. Examples of skeletal muscles in the body are muscles of the arms, legs, torso, parts of which we use in movement, etc., when an incident that causes such muscles to enter “Muscle infarction” chemicals in the muscles are released into the bloodstream in large quantities and cause effects on the kidneys and may eventually lead to kidney failure
When we exercise too hard and the body is not ready or not fit, it can increase the chance of infarction more and exercising in hot weather when the temperature rises, the body is unable to dissipate heat properly. Steadily, rising body temperature will cause muscle infarction that may even lead to kidney failure.
Significant symptoms that are warning signs that the body is in renal failure, urinating noticeably less. Even drinking plenty of water is still not getting better. Your urine is brown or even red because the chemicals in the dead muscles leak into the bloodstream and must be filtered out in the kidneys, feel severe muscle pain in your upper arms, thighs, shoulders, or back.
Keep yourself away from myocardial infarction from exercise easily.
Take the best care of yourself to reduce the likelihood of accidents that can cause myocardial infarction
Avoid drinking alcohol, especially drinking before exercise
Don't exercise too hard. Make sure you train enough that your body can handle the strenuous exercise.
Do not allow the body to be dehydrated. Because when the body is dehydrated, it is more vulnerable to infarction.
Add potassium during intense exercise.
Potassium is depleted from the body along with sweat. The more you sweat, the more you lose. The lack of potassium will result in lower oxygen in the blood, insufficient blood supply to the muscles cause cramps and the risk of developing myocardial infarction.
Studies and research have shown that taking coconut water after exercise will help the body get essential minerals, including sodium, potassium, magnesium, selenium, vitamin C. and antioxidants that are better than drinking plain water or other types of sweetened beverages. One glass of coconut water provides about 45 calories of energy. In addition, drinking coconut water will help to be the most refreshing and reduce fatigue. It also helps the body's anti-inflammatory values increase. This is especially beneficial for those who exercise. Because it will help the body not shabby and prevent various diseases another way.
There is also another study that supports drinking coconut water for people who exercise regularly. Those who exercise and drink coconut water regularly will reduce nausea or upset stomach. Post-workout is better than drinking water or other sports drinks. In addition, nutrition experts have compiled the benefits of coconut water for those who exercise as follows.
It is a healthy alternative to drink the sports drinks. Because sports drinks for those who lose sweat from exercise are often high in sugar. And other chemicals are added together to add color and smell. But coconut water is a 100% natural drink, so it's safer. And there are not fewer good minerals than in the sport shrinks’ group.
It helps reduce appetite. Coconut water will make the body retain water well, so it makes different cells refreshing the body
Coconut water is very low in fat. One glass of coconut water is less than 0.5 grams of fat, and the fat content is healthy omega fatty acids.
It contains minerals that are essential for the brain and muscles, including sodium, potassium, selenium, magnesium.
It contains high level in potassium, like eating 1 banana, 1 cup of coconut water provides about 600 milligrams of potassium, which helps reduce cramping and muscle soreness after exercise.
It has the best and most natural taste. refreshing along with the scent that helps to reduce thirst as well
Therefore, drinking coconut water is a good option during and after exercise because in addition to being refreshed coconut water also contains essential minerals. To the bodies and muscles, especially "potassium", which can help reduce inflammation and add oxygen in the blood to make the blood supply enough muscles, reduce the occurrence of cramps. Importantly, it can reduce the risk of myocardial infarction.