What Causes Fatigue Accompanied By Dizziness?
Hello, I want to ask why I’ve been feeling tired when I get dizzy, if I get a little sweat immediately and keep dizzy, if I get too long the sun can be so dizzy, then if I run out it feels like I’m out of breath, that’s why ?
Hello, Diny Novianti, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Every person has the capacity and ability of each to do a certain sport. If you feel too tired, out of breath, with muscle aches, it may be that the exercise you are doing is still too heavy for you, then you can start with a mild intensity first, then you can increase it gradually. To see if the exercise is too heavy for you, you can see your breathing and heart rate during exercise. If you feel that your breathing is heavy and deep, it is difficult to talk while exercising, and you feel your heart beating hard, it can indicate that you are in a heavy intensity. For more accuracy, you can calculate your heart rate for 1 minute. Warming up before exercise is also very important to help the body adapt before being given the burden of exercise and can prevent injury. In addition, some conditions can also make you feel more tired and dizzy after exercising, for example dehydration (lack of fluids), electrolyte disturbances, anemia (deficiency of red blood cells), hypoglycemia (lack of blood sugar), etc. So you must ensure that you are not short of fluids, nutrients and electrolytes. You can consume enough water or electrolyte drinks before, during and after exercise. Eat a maximum of 3 hours before exercise.
If you don't experience improvement after making improvements to your exercise intensity and adequacy of fluids and nutrients, or you experience other symptoms such as shortness of breath while resting, dizziness, fatigue, lethargy, heart palpitations, or fainting, you can immediately see a doctor to be given the right help.
Stop exercising immediately if you feel dizzy, appear cold sweat, shortness of breath / difficulty breathing, or very weak.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.