The answer to this question depends on the type of drink.
Yes, sports drinks provide electrolytes and carbohydrates in a BV proportion so that it is possible for athletes and people who’re involved in hard sporting activities to acquire their lost water balance quicker. Drinks such as juice (particularly orange), sodas, ciders, grapefruit juice, alcohols like wine or beer among others will not be advisable since they do not contain sodium or potassium ions at all. Additionally when you drink too much caffeinated coffee and tea which include caffeine in them build up in urine an excessive amount of calcium which can result in calcium oxalate stones and kidney stones. When we talk about alcohol consumption we should make sure we don’t exceed 40.