Generic Nizoral (Ketoconazole, Nizoral® equivalent)

Ketoconazole is an antifungal medication. It is like an antibiotic but is used to treat fungal infections. Ketoconazole is used to treat yeast infections of the mouth, throat, and esophagus, fungal infections throughout the whole body, and serious fungal infections of the skin and nails.

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Water needs depend on the individual and on factors such as body weight, activity patterns, sweat loss, loss through expired air and urine, and the amount of liquid consumed through other foods and drinks.
The active individual needs a minimum of 8 to 10 glasses (2 quarts or more) of water daily—much more in hot, humid weather. It is not unusual to lose 1 to 2 liters of water per hour when exercising in extremely hot, humid weather. Drinking too much water generally poses no problem; water is rarely toxic, and the kidneys merely excrete it efficiently. The kidneys are also capable of conserving water when the body is deprived by excreting more highly concentrated urine. If the color of your urine is darker than a manila folder, you need to consume additional water (not fluid from other drinks). In our own surveys of undergraduate students at Virginia Commonwealth University, we have found that the college-aged generation is becoming a waterless society, as soft drinks, coffee, tea, cocoa, beer, wine coolers, and juices dominate palates. The average daily intake of water, as shown in a June 1990 survey we conducted, was slightly less than two glasses. These findings were almost identical to the results of a similar survey we conducted in 1980. More soda, coffee, tea, and beer were consumed than water. It bears stating again that the body needs plain water for heat regulation and proper functioning of systems.
If you exercise in hot, humid weather, thirst sensations will underestimate your needs. By the time you are thirsty, a water deficit has been created that cannot be undone for several hours. Forced drinking (hydrating), even when no thirst sensation exists, will minimize water deficit, keep body temperature one or two degrees lower in hot weather, result in more efficient performance, and delay fatigue. The most beneficial approach is to force down an extra 16 to 32 ounces of water less than 15 minutes before you begin to exercise. Earlier consumption may fill the bladder and make you uncomfortable during the activity.
Water will not interfere with your performance; drink it freely before, during, and after your workout. It is the single most important substance in preventing heat-related illnesses and in restoring the body to normal following exercise in hot, humid weather. For the quickest absorption of fluid, drink plain water chilled to about 40° F.

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