Post-exercise Muscle Pain Pay Attention to Five Rescue Signals of the Body
01 Headache Many people have headaches instead of achieving the desired fitness effect. What is the reason? When exercising, sympathetic nerves are more excited. If they lack proper warm-up or exercise irregularly, they may cause headache symptoms. Most headaches occur and can be improved by rest. But prevention is better than treatment. We should do a good job of warming up before exercise, make the body prepare early, or avoid too much strenuous exercise.
02. Abdominal pain, abdominal pain, is an uncomfortable condition that occurs in many runners after exercise. There are still different opinions on what causes this phenomenon. There is a consensus that the blood oxygen content is insufficient and the core muscle group is weak. Poor breathing, immediate exercise after meals, and even lack of water may also lead to temporary abdominal pain. To prevent abdominal pain, it is also important to stretch and warm up properly before exercise. In addition, it is recommended to exercise about two hours after dinner, so that food can be digested as completely as possible, which can reduce the incidence of abdominal pain.
03 Muscle pain, gill muscle soreness, mainly due to minor muscle damage, or delayed muscle soreness, commonly known as iron legs, are normal phenomena, should be improved the next day. But in fact, sports-loving groups, especially young people, often follow the concept of "pain is the harvest" and inadvertently exercise excessively, causing muscle damage. Ice compress, massage and other methods are effective, but you can also consider the next day to engage in the same exercise, just to reduce the intensity, will also be effective in relieving pain.
04 One of the most difficult problems in farting is farting. Sometimes the situation is slight. For a short period of flatulence, no one can find it by secretly releasing it for a few times. But what if every exercise is like a tandem gun? Don't be afraid of exhaust. Walk as much as possible. Walking 5000 steps a day can also help improve gastrointestinal peristalsis, reduce gas accumulation and improve the exhaust situation.
05. The cramp in the lower leg during exercise is as unbearable as a cone in the meat. Experts say inadequate warming-up is a common cause. Or because of unbalanced electrolytes in the body, cramps can also occur. People with poor blood circulation also have this risk. For example, if the temperature in the swimming pool is too low, people with bad peripheral nerves will easily cramp. At present, we should stop exercising, replenish water and electrolyte beverage, massage the cramp area gently, and do not pull hard in order to prevent injury.