What Causes Stomach And Waist Pain When Running?
, so here I am some time ago jogging or running in the afternoon. So, after several rounds, why do my waist and stomach hurt?
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When you run and jog, your abdominal and waist muscles contract quite intensely. Therefore, exercise with a fairly heavy intensity can trigger pain in both areas, namely due to muscle pain. Pain can get worse if you do not do an adequate warm-up before exercising, do not cool down adequately after exercising, rarely exercise before, exercise in an unergonomic body position, use inappropriate footwear or sports clothing, and so on.
Do you experience abdominal and back pain so intense that you need to stop exercising? Or, does the pain appear accompanied by other complaints, such as fever, vomiting, bowel disorders, urination disorders, menstrual disorders, and so on?
It is also possible that the pain in the abdomen and waist as you are experiencing arises due to other causes, but is exacerbated by sports activities, for example:
Gastrointestinal disorders, such as constipation, dyspepsia, irritable bowel syndrome, hernia Urinary tract disorders, such as infection, stones, overactive bladder Reproductive tract disorders, such as ovarian cysts, endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome Psychosomatic disorders, pinched nerves, skin infections around the abdomen or waist , and so on. If it bothers you enough to experience the pain, you can immediately go to the doctor at the nearest health facility, yes. urine, and so on.
You can now rest first while compressing the painful stomach and waist area using warm water. Drink more and eat regularly, with small portions but often. Avoid lifting heavy objects or sitting hunched over for too long. If necessary, you can also take paracetamol to reduce pain. Furthermore, to prevent recurrent abdominal and low back pain after exercise, you should do adequate heating and cooling, exercise with good posture, eat and drink enough, and be supported by the use of appropriate clothing and footwear.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah