Is Dizziness After Exercise Normal?
Hello doc. I just recently started exercising. The trick is to grow my muscles only with push-ups, sit-ups and squats, but after exercise it’s always a headache. So after that I tried to be termed first.
Thank you for the question.
Dizziness during exercise often occurs due to dehydration (lack of fluids) or hypoglycemia (lack of blood sugar). Can also, dizziness that you feel arises due to hypotension, anemia, heart problems, viral or bacterial infections, vertigo, psychological disorders, heat strokes, primary headaches, and many other possible causes.
If this dizziness improves within a short time after a break, often this condition is not dangerous. You can first improve the way you exercise so dizziness does not often repeat, for example by:
Exercise every 1-2 days, with the duration, intensity, and frequency being increased gradually, not too extreme
Before exercising, drink enough and first fill your stomach with a little food
Bring enough drinks as stock in the middle of your sports activities
If you feel dizzy when you exercise, move first to a comfortable place, rest, drink and eat enough, then continue after the body feels more comfortable
Get enough sleep 6-9 hours a day
Don't think too much
Eat a variety of balanced nutritious foods, with small but frequent portions
Do not just take medication carelessly if not recommended by your doctor
If dizziness feels very heavy, causes you to feel weak, palpitations, blurred vision, tightness, nausea, vomiting, or other more severe complaints, you can check yourself directly to the doctor. Through physical examination or accompanied by supporting examinations, such as blood tests, heart records, x-rays, and so on, doctors often can identify if there is a serious disease, then give him the appropriate treatment.
Hope this helps ...