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 No.84

Hello /bod/

How come I always feel dizzy/nauseous after working out and what can I do to prevent this? It feels like being slightly car sick and it usually comes on about an hour/half an hour after work out. I've tried different remedies suggested on the internet such as not eating 2 hours before workout and eating foods with high amounts of sugar (such as bananas and yoghurt) afterwards, but nothing has helped so far. Help would be appreciated.

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 No.85

You gotta hydrate a lot. Ideally replace sugars with fats (good fats, like the natural ones).

Could be related to a bad pH levels (not enough acids), so make yourself a huge glass of orange-based electrolyte juice everyday. Adding turmeric or cayenne pepper and black powder will also help for the brain-blood barrier. Nausea/dizzyness might mean that there's a problem with oxygenation (blood-oxygen levels).

For a quick fix Aspirin does help for many issues like these, but don't take more than 2-3 times in a row.

Breathing exercises and warm up before workout can change a lot too.

 No.86

>>85
Thanks anon gonna try all of these things! I have a list of possible solutions to my post-workout problems now, gonna test one every time I exercise until I find one that works



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