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.
Internally, stimulant and diuretic; twenty to thirty grains.
The diuretic action is extremely feeble, and neither the plant nor asparagine is now used medicinally.
diuretic, febrifuge, and refrigerant; one half to one ounce.
It operated as a diuretic, never made him sick, and he got well without any other medicine.
As a diuretic, Dr. Fowler, and others, have found it in some cases to be valuable.
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.