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18 Reddit comments about Elite Sportz Electrolyte Tablets Stop Leg Cramps Fast - Our Electrolyte Supplement Will End Your Cramp Issues and Allow You to Compete Like Never Before. 120 Salt Pills - Easy to Swallow Salt Tablets:

u/supermario218 · 6 pointsr/zerocarb


I tried the powder hydrolyte but it tasted awful. Powders are apparently more effective in the moment, especially for runners, since it doesn't have to dissolve a capsule. But this was much easier to swallow 30 min before a workout.

u/denizenphoenix · 3 pointsr/fasting

I pop a couple of these during the day:

ZMA at night really helps me especially with sleep:

Short term fasts should be fine without vitamins, but electrolytes really help me.

u/geeky_username · 3 pointsr/keto

> It's not dehydration, I'm drinking anywhere from 1 to 1.5 gallons of water a day and nearly half a gallon of it is during my workout.

It's probably dehydration.

1 gallon isn't a lot with a workout like that. Plus, without electrolytes you are sweating/peeing that water out instead of retaining it.

Look into something like these

u/frugalfran · 3 pointsr/keto

I've been using Rapid Rehydr8 electrolyte pills for two weeks now, and they've really helped me. I was getting headaches and muscle cramps during my first two weeks, so I took 3 a day for a while. Now I take one in the morning and another if I'm feeling sluggish or dehydrated.

u/onebaddieter · 2 pointsr/fasting

Can't tell if it's actually called "Elite Sportz Electrolyte Tablets Stop Leg Cramps Fast" or "Rapid Rehydr8".

u/thriftythursday · 2 pointsr/keto

Jury's still out! But in case you're curious, this is what I ordered: LINK

u/some_keto_man · 2 pointsr/fasting


You need to take the referral ID out of that link. You should also be linking directly instead of using a link shortener. Otherwise it is spam.

u/drinkallthecoffee · 2 pointsr/Narcolepsy

Ok, try replenishing your electrolytes. Try and add a couple Gatorade to your day. If you don't want the extra calories, try the calorie free Gatorade or the flavored Propel waters. There is also an unflavored Propel Electrolyte water that has been a life saver for me. It's just water and electrolytes (like Smart water, but better).

I have a huge problem with heat intolerance, dehydration, and sometimes my autonomic system just gives up and I overheat because my body forgets that it needs to sweat at all. I have ended up in the hospital from being in the sun on a 65ºF day. I take at least one of these Rapid Rehydr8 electrolyte pills every day. Last year, I had to take 4-6 of them again.

Another tip is that you should hydrate before and after work. The best way to eliminate the effects of overheating or dehydration are to prevent it. If you drink a couple extra glasses of water to recover from work and some more in the morning to prepare for it, you will have a good buffer. Your body actually takes some time to adjust to adjusted water intake, even with extra electrolytes, so you can't just drink more water and assume your body will automatically absorb what it needs right away. For instance, during the Tour de France they will start drinking extra water a day or two before they start the mountain part of the course because it takes a couple days for their body to adapt to the increased water intake.

Finally, you should keep track of how much water you're drinking. The simplest way to do it is to get a nice reusable water bottle. That way you can just count how many bottles you drink per day instead of doing the math because you drink out of different cups at home or work. I prefer a .75L bottle (example .75L), but you may prefer a larger 1L bottle (example 1L). Then you can find out how much water you need to drink to be functional. I need 3-6L of water a day. Personally, I don't count my Gatorade into my water intake (I do count unflavored Propel water, though), because I want to make sure that I am relying primarily on water for my hydration needs and supplementing the Gatorade and electrolyte pills to build on top of that. There's no reason, though, that you couldn't count your Gatorade as well.

u/notmydepartment · 2 pointsr/keto

I had the same thing around week 2 or 3. 15-20 palpitations an hour. I did some mass googling and linked it to possible deficiencies in sodium, magnesium, and/or potassium. I ordered a supplement that's meant for rehydration for after serious cardio workouts because it targets those things. Swear to god after 2 days taking it not a single palpitation. Lemme find the link. I got them on Amazon.

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u/seblarkatron · 2 pointsr/keto

Those are the ones I ordered, and will be taking as soon as they arrive. Here's what I ordered.

u/gardng01 · 1 pointr/keto

I take a two of these a day (morning/evening) and my leg cramping at night has gone away.

Electrolyte pills

u/FairlyGoodGuy · 1 pointr/running

I first used Salt Stick. Now I use Rapid Rehydr8. I'm sorry to say I don't recall why I switched, but I'm sure I had a good reason.

u/aatrainor · 1 pointr/POTS

I was diagnosed with POTS back in April after randomly waking up in the middle of the night with a heart rate of over 180. A tilt table test a few days later confirmed.

I was put on Atenolol 25 mg (but I only take half so I take 12.5 mg a day). The first few weeks (really months) I HATED it. I was exhausted, my eyes were so tired all the time. I was nauseous, foggy, and just miserable. I finally have gotten used to it, my body has re-regulated itself and I am feeling much better. I definitely still am more tired than I remember being before my diagnosis, but it is worth it since it controls my POTS symptoms so well.

What I found works best for me is waking up around 530/6AM, drinking 20 ounces of water and 400 mg of salt, working out for at least 45 minutes (I was in really good shape at the time of my diagnosis, so I am fortunate that even though working out got harder I can still complete an hour long spin class, etc), drinking a full liter of water and a protein shake after, and then taking atenolol. Taking it after working out lets me get my heart rate up during my workout, which I have found to be really beneficial for my symptoms. By the time it is wearing off I am asleep so I don't really notice. Some days I take a second half if I am having a bad day, and my doctor said that is totally fine. Days I don't workout I feel much worse than when I do. I can say that getting up is hard, really hard. But once I do it is worth it!

Here are the salt tablets I use! They don't have that awful taste that some do!

For the first two weeks after my diagnosis I barely got up. I know how you are feeling and I promise it will get better. Having a positive outlook is one of the best things you can do. If atenolol isn't working for you, I would definitely let your doctor know and you can try something else. You will find something that works! Keep your head up. POTS is not easy, and some days I still feel awful and like I just can't do anything. On days like that, I treat myself to bacon with breakfast for the sodium, and then go for a brisk walk. Anything to keep yourself moving!! I am a software developer so I work at a desk all day. I feel MUCH worse during the week than on the weekend because I am not moving as much.

Good luck with everything. Let me know if you need anything. POTS isn't fun, but with the right support you can make changes to your life and enjoy everything that is wonderful!

u/Darwins_Pointed_Stik · 1 pointr/keto

These may be worth a go, they are what I bought. Searched for ages for unflavoured rehydration salts. They also have the potassium in them. Hope this helps! Good luck!

u/Sierra_Whiskey85 · 1 pointr/powerlifting

I pop 2 of these as soon as I get off the scale and ever 2-4 hours after... If I'm extremely dehydrated I have to sip a combination of pedialyte and water for about an hour. Then I try to drink as much gatorade and water without feeling overly bloated.

u/Scarykidscaringkids · 1 pointr/keto

I'm in the UK so the products will probably be different, but this stuff works great if I have a few glasses of water with it during the day. I also take these in the morning and evening with a large glass of water.

This is in addition to salted food when I break my fast, and a salted bone broth in the morning or afternoon.

u/a350z4me · 1 pointr/camping

Granola and trail mix are always yummy and good snacks for the heat because they won't melt. I like packing Fritos because they are have a lot of calories for their weight, and I'm a sucker for crunchy salty things (especially after hiking all day).

5 Hour Energies are probably a wonderful thing to bring, but I don't drink them so I can't comment on them specifically.

For larger meals, you can keep it simple and just pick up some dehydrated Mountain House type meals. They can be spiced up with some herbs/red pepper that you bring in. You can also pack in a few tortillas if you want. One of my favorite breakfasts is a Mountain House Breakfast Skillet with some of their fire roasted veggies thrown in, and put on a tortilla.

I would recommend bringing a small stove because NOTHING is better than a hot meal after backpacking. Or a hot coffee (I use Starbucks Via packets) in the morning as you watch the world wake up.

The stove doesn't have to be fancy, this cheap one from Amazon will work just fine. You can pick up a fuel canister on the island and it should hold you over for a 3 night trip. Pair with a little backpacking pot like this and you should be well set to heat up water for meals.

I'm also a big fan of bringing electrolyte supplements, especially when I know I'm going to be sweating a lot. I have also used Clif Shot Bloks, but they may melt in the heat.

For me, a day of backpacking food is something like:

  • Breakfast: Coffee!!! Mountain House Breakfast Skillet, 2 servings, ~800 calories. Add veggies or a tortilla if available. If I know I'm going to need a calorie boost throughout the day, I'll add some olive oil.
  • Snack 1: Granola or trail mix, 150 - 200 calories.
  • Snack 2: Peanut M&Ms, 150 - 200 calories.
  • Lunch: Tear apart some beef jerky, mix in with instant cheddar mashed potatoes, and crumble Fritos on top. Sounds weird, tastes great. Can be eaten hot or cold. Another option is a packet of ramen noodles mixed with Mountain House's fire roasted veggies, powdered peanut butter, and sriracha sauce. 550 - 650 calories.
  • Snack 3: Trail mix, Clif Bloks, or a Clif Bar, 150-200 calories
  • Snack 4: Fritos, Clif Bar, or Peanut M&ms, 150-200 calories
  • Dinner: Mountain House Chili Mac with Beef, 2.5 servings, 575 calories. Add olive oil mixed with sriracha for another boost in calories and flavor.

    Overall, for a full backpacking day I will aim for ~3,000 calories.

    It's not the best or lightest, but it's a plan that works for me without having to spend too much time thinking about food. Meals can be switched around and mixed and matched, but I try to keep the calorie distribution roughly the same.
u/FutureRam · 1 pointr/keto

I did a bunch of research, and i decided these are the best bet. I take a few daily: