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HEALTH HELP PLEASE

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    Dehydration can be described as a ________ water loss within the body, resulting in a drop in performance. (1 point) 2% 5% 1% 3% 2. It is estimated that ________ glasses of water are lost from normal kidney filtration on an average day? (1 point) 3. The average person should drink ________ glasses of water each day, just to replace the water lost during normal daily activities (1 point) 3-4 6-7 10-12 8-9 4. Dehydration is known to: (1 point) Not affect brain functions Slow or stop efficient fat elimination and metabolism Lead to cases of diarrhea Cause skin to take on a soft, supple texture 5. When would it be appropriate to consider a sports drink instead of water to re-hydrate? (1 point) When lifting heavy weights for 30 minutes When running for less than 20 minutes When doing crunches and sit-ups for 15 minutes When walking for less than 45 minutes 6. Sports drinks generally contain: (1 point) Water, carbohydrates, and electrolytes Sodium, protein, and water Protein, electrolytes, and water Potassium, protein, and salts 7. Endurance athletes sometimes suffer from water intoxication, a condition known as _______________. (1 point) 8. _____________ speed up the process of elimination of water and waste through the kidneys. (1 point) 9. Which of the following can act as a diuretic? (1 point) Water Milk Coffee Chamomile tea 10. ________________ can act as a diuretic in the body, leading to dehydration and causing problems with the body’s temperature controls. (1 point) Coffee Tea Salt Alcohol

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    help needed also same thing, did you solve it?

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    help too

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    9. coffee (known diuretic) 6. water, carb, electrolyte

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    1. Dehydration can be described as a ________ water loss within the body, resulting in a drop in performance. (1 point) (1 pt) 2% (0 pts) 5% (0 pts) 1% (0 pts) 3% 1 /1 point 2. It is estimated that ________ glasses of water are lost from normal kidney filtration on an average day? (1 point) 3 This question has not yet been reviewed. 3. The average person should drink ________ glasses of water each day, just to replace the water lost during normal daily activities (1 point) (0 pts) 3-4 (0 pts) 6-7 (0 pts) 10-12 (1 pt) 8-9 1 /1 point 4. Dehydration is known to: (1 point) (0 pts) Not affect brain functions (1 pt) Slow or stop efficient fat elimination and metabolism (0 pts) Lead to cases of diarrhea (0 pts) Cause skin to take on a soft, supple texture 0 /1 point 5. When would it be appropriate to consider a sports drink instead of water to re-hydrate? (1 point) (1 pt) When lifting heavy weights for 30 minutes (0 pts) When running for less than 20 minutes (0 pts) When doing crunches and sit-ups for 15 minutes (0 pts) When walking for less than 45 minutes 0 /1 point 6. Sports drinks generally contain: (1 point) (1 pt) Water, carbohydrates, and electrolytes (0 pts) Sodium, protein, and water (0 pts) Protein, electrolytes, and water (0 pts) Potassium, protein, and salts 1 /1 point 7. Endurance athletes sometimes suffer from water intoxication, a condition known as _______________. (1 point) hyponatremia This question has not yet been reviewed. 8. _____________ speed up the process of elimination of water and waste through the kidneys. (1 point) diuretics This question has not yet been reviewed. 9. Which of the following can act as a diuretic? (1 point) (0 pts) Water (0 pts) Milk (1 pt) Coffee (0 pts) Chamomile tea 1 /1 point 10. ________________ can act as a diuretic in the body, leading to dehydration and causing problems with the body’s temperature controls. (1 point) (0 pts) Coffee (0 pts) Tea (0 pts) Salt (1 pt) Alcohol 0 /1 point The current score is 4/7. There are still 3 ungraded questions worth 3 possible points.

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