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Voluntary Drinking Cessation is Associated with Recovery of Plasma Osmolality but not of Thirst Perception, Usg, Or Body Mass
Post-exercise rehydration has been widely studied, with special emphasis on retention of ingested fluid; little research has been done on why we drink more or less. Purpose: To identify if voluntary drinking cessation ...
Thirst perception tracks well with acute dehydration even after a cold shower
Purpose: to determine if Engell’s 9-point subjective scale of thirst perception (TP) is able to detect varying levels of hypohydration after exercise in the heat. In addition, we wished to evaluate the susceptibility of ...
Thirst Perception and Fluid Intake are not Affected by Knowledge of Water Losses during Exercise
Abstract of the presentation at the 2018 ACSM Annual Meeting
Thirst Perception Tracks Progressive Dehydration During Exercise In The Heat
Thirst is claimed to be a perfect measure of fluid needs, but insufficient information is available on the association between thirst perception and actual dehydration. Purpose: to assess the strength of the actual ...
Quality of Science Reports:Analysis of Sports Nutrition 2013 ACSM Annual Meeting Abstracts
The objective of the ACSM Annual Meeting is the exchange of scientific information. Authors of free communications must submi t abstracts by a specific deadline for evaluation. As the written record of those presentations, ...
Evaluation Of A Real Life Desire-to-drink Scale
PURPOSE:to determine the strength of the association between the amount of fluid people say they want to drink after exercise and the actual amount of fluid intake within 30 min post-exercise.