Legs Can Not Move, Weakness, Dizziness, Fainting After Exercise?
So after school sports lessons, my legs always can’t move. So tired. So my head often gets dizzy. If you get hot, you will always pass out. My right stomach also hurts when I run. But sometimes the pain is also in the left stomach. I think why?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The symptoms you feel can occur for various reasons and need further assessment to determine their tendencies. Among the possibilities that could happen are:
Low blood pressure Dehydration or lack of fluids Thyroid hormone disorders such as hyperthyroidism Heat stroke Low red blood cell levels Heart pump disorders Viral infections
As for stomach pain, this is normal when it comes to eating and drinking before exercising because the blood flow that should be directed to the stomach to digest food is forced to focus on the part of the body that is used for exercise so that the blood supply to the stomach decreases and causes pain. If it is not related to eating or drinking, then as we have said, it is necessary to carry out further studies.
We suggest that if this has been going on for a long time, check with a general practitioner or an internal medicine doctor directly so that a more in-depth examination can be done by extracting a history, physical examination and vital signs, as well as supporting examinations such as blood tests. Only then will you see a tendency in the conditions you are experiencing.
Meanwhile, make sure you don't run out of fluids by consuming water at least half an hour before exercising and immediately afterward, eating nutritious foods, don't overexert yourself, avoid too hot air, and check with your doctor. So, hopefully it answers your question.