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Synonyms for drinking

the act of drinking alcoholic beverages to excess

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Researchers concluded that the type of drink consumed may affect stone formation that involves more than additional fluid intake.
This small pilot study examined the use of electronic self-monitoring of dietary and fluid intake using a descriptive longitudinal design.
The share of Americans' fluid intake coming from caloric beverages has sharply increased in recent years, however, and this increase has contributed to the obesity epidemic.
Data obtained during these two days provided the athlete's voluntary fluid intake, carbohydrate intake, pacing, heart rate and identification of any food or fluid deficits.
Sufficient fluid intake is vital to a person's physical health, but drinking too much may cause the kidneys difficulty to flush it out as urine.
Adherence to fluid intake restriction is closely related to better clinical outcomes (Kim & Evangelsta, 2011), and IWG is often used as a reliable indicator to evaluate adherence to fluid intake restrictions (Denhaerynck et al.
An EBSCO search, including CINAHL Plus and Medline, for full-text articles was undertaken on the subjects of dehydration, hydration and fluid intake, also using the following key words and phrases: "in the elderly", "guidelines", "risks", "management" and "best practice".
6 INCREASE your total fluid intake by three to four glasses a day, while avoiding or at least limiting drinks containing caffeine and alcohol.
SOME 16% of Brits wrongly think alcohol counts towards their daily fluid intake.
They found that study participants tended to drink after exercise sessions, with beer providing a substantial portion of fluid intake after workouts.
Low fluid intake and eating a diet high in salt and calories increases women's risks of forming stones in their urinary tracts.
To minimize your risk for dehydration and protect your brain, experts recommend that you aim fora total fluid intake equivalent to eight to 10 eight-ounce glasses of any non-alcoholic liquid.
The American College of Physicians has issued clinical guidelines that recommend increased fluid intake throughout the day to achieve at least 2 L of urine per day to prevent recurrent nephrolithiasis.
Objectives: Substandard oral fluid intake in poststroke patients receiving thickened liquids has been well documented; however, more recently, it has been reported in poststroke patients receiving thin liquids.
Urine creatinine levels reflect fluid intake and excretion.