|Feeling Ill after Exercise
Nov 7, 2011
Each time I workout I feel as though I have the flu the next day. I'm not just sore from working out, something I expect, but my whole body is achy - the kind of achy you feel when you have a temperature and are sick with either the flu or a cold. I know the difference between being sore and feeling as though I'm achy and sick. This has happened every time after working out and occurs the day after.
I do not have a temp and am not really sick but that's the way I feel each time after working out. My doctors doesn't have a clue what could be going on and simply thinks I'm sore from the workout, but this is not the case. I know my body well enough to know how I really feel. Can you explain this to me? I'd like to continue with the workout but don't want to continue feeling this way.
| Response from Mr. Vergel
There could be several reasons for your problem:
1- You are exercising too much. Cut down on the intensity and see what happens.
2- You are dehydrated. Try to drink at least 6 glasses of water a day.
3- Your CPK may be high. Read this post about that: High CPK
Let me know what you find out about the CPK or any changes in your exercise routine.
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