Over-Drinking Can Be Deadlier Than Dehydration Summary

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The article “Over-drinking can be deadlier than dehydration” by George Winter describes the danger of drinking too much water can be lead to a runner’s death should be published. Many runners believed they need to consume more water to avoid dehydration. However, author explains over-drinking is case of hyponatraemia is more danger than dehydration. Kate Mori, marathon runner, is example of heponatraemia; she always consumes water before, during, and after a race because she wanted to prevent dehydration. As the result, she felt poorly during a race and other runners helped her to finish racing. Therefore, she had suffered from diarrhea, vomiting, and increasing confusion because she

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