Fluid intake

Prevent dehydration

The use of uppers increases body temperature. This can cause excessive sweating for long periods. At the same time, stimulants suppress thirst. The complete focus on sex and the loss of the perception of time can sometimes make you forget to drink enough.

Dehydration combined with overheating can be very risky and lead to severe headaches, dizziness, confusion and, in severe cases, organ damage.

Drink enough to reduce dehydration and overheating—try to average one glass per hour. Drink water, tea, energy drinks or fruit juices. Avoid alcohol and coffee, which are diuretics. 

Place bottles of water in various places throughout the playroom ahead of time. 

Consider setting an alarm on your phone to keep you drinking regularly.