Is It Possible To Exercise After Getting Sick?
Good morning, I want to ask. A few days ago I was hospitalized. I have a stomach infection. I also have a history of typhus, at this time I have gone home and doing my usual activities. And I was given vitamins from my doctor before the vitamin B complex. But I still often experience dizziness, how is the way so that I can recover. I think of exercising like running for a few minutes in the morning. Is that possible right? Does it endanger my condition? Or is there another way? Thank you.
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Infection in the stomach there are many possible causes. One of the most common causes of infection in the stomach is the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. This bacterium can enter the stomach through contaminated food or drinks. In the stomach, this bacterium is able to make the wound resonate (ulcer) which makes the stomach inflamed. Symptoms that appear are usually in the form of discomfort in the upper abdomen (nausea, tightness, lumps, bloating, sore), vomiting, decreased appetite, and also accompanied by symptoms of stomach bleeding, for example in the form of black bowel or even vomiting containing blood. With proper treatment, these infections can often be cured and sufferers can return to normal activities after being declared cured.
In line with gastric infections, typhus (typhoid fever) is not an incurable disease. Provided that you see a doctor, get treatment until it's complete, typhus does not necessarily limit your activities in the future times.
Dizziness that you are still experiencing at this time may indeed indicate that your body's recovery process after illness has not been running optimally. In times of recovery like this, it's better that you reproduce the rest first and limit exhausting physical activity. Sports, provided they are done with a mild intensity, certainly not dangerous. This exercise can actually help you increase stamina, while speeding up the recovery period after illness. Provided, you need to be more sensitive in assessing the condition of your body. If you then feel dizzy, faint, look dark, sweat excessively cold, and many other complaints when you are exercising, take a short break, and don't push yourself. Do not forget, before exercise, you should first fill your stomach with enough food and drink so that your stamina is more prime. Also consider the sport with the following tricks so that your condition improves faster:
Expand drink Eat regularly, small portions but often Limit first eat fatty foods, oily, and also contain lots of gas Expand first to eat foods that are easily digested Enough and regular sleep If in 1 to 2 weeks your condition still does not improve after undergoing the handling of a doctor and doing the above trick, do not hesitate to go back to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine in order to get the right treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.