I weighed 193 when I went to bed.
I weighed 190 when I woke up.
The temperature of my bedroom is 70F degrees and the relative humidity is 33%
I slept about 6 hours.
Is it all just water evaporation?
Am I losing minerals too, or just concentrating electrolytes because there is less water to dissolve them?
I'm really trying hard to focus on hydration and getting enough sodium & potassium in hopes that's what's causing muscle cramps and tension headaches. I think I've ruled out magnesium, calcium and I've been around the sodium potassium route before, but I might not have given it enough time or consumed enough. I'm trying again. And, of course, I'm not logging my water consumption.
Any hacks or tweaks that might be relevant to overnight hydration?
asked byCaveMan_Mike (3275)
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on March 16, 2013
at 12:06 AM
I lose exactly 3lbs overnight, everynight. I like to weigh myself at night and the morning just to verify it, it's like clockwork, always exactly 3lbs no matter how much water I drink or even if I have a snack before bed.
on March 15, 2013
at 05:10 PM
try stepping onto your scale with the left foot first :) works for me in lowering the number so maybe itll work for you too to make it go higher. U sure ur cat didnt bump into the needle adjuster? jk .. but yeah 2-3 lb weight loss overnights no biggie. Means your metabolic furnace is working well id say.