Alcohol is a diuretic, which means incessant peeing, and an increased chance of dehydration.
Another issue is that alcohol is a diuretic and being dehydrated will certainly interfere with your speed and endurance.
Cubebs were known to Arabian physicians as early as the ninth century, who employed them as a diuretic in kidney troubles.
As a diuretic, Dr. Fowler, and others, have found it in some cases to be valuable.
The diuretic action is extremely feeble, and neither the plant nor asparagine is now used medicinally.
Internally, stimulant and diuretic; twenty to thirty grains.
It operated as a diuretic, never made him sick, and he got well without any other medicine.
diuretic, febrifuge, and refrigerant; one half to one ounce.
Digitalis acted powerfully as a diuretic, and removed the most urgent of his complaints, viz.
When eaten freely, it is mildly laxative, diuretic, and cooling.
diuretic di·u·ret·ic (dī'ə-rět'ĭk)
Tending to increase the discharge of urine. n.
A substance or drug that tends to increase the discharge of urine.
A substance that increases the rate of urine production.