By Express News Service
Exercise is really important when it comes to feeling happy, improving blood circulation, muscle and bone health and energy levels, improving weight loss and helping us in many other ways. But if we exercise excessively, our body begins to suffer negative stress.
It tends to retain fat instead of burning it and that is why we still cannot lose that weight. If you exercise too much, you tend to have these common problems, let's see how you can reduce them:
Back pain / muscle tightness
Different factors cause back pain. It could be the tension of the tissues or muscles, the inadequate form of lifting, excess weight, incorrect posture or lack of central muscle recruitment for heavy lifts that are the reason.
Cure: If the pain is severe, apply warm sesame oil and massage gently, then apply a heating pad to reduce pain and soothe your back.
Soak a flannel cloth in warm castor oil and place it on the back.
To reduce pain, you can also apply a hot bag. Take an Epsom salt bath to relax muscle tension and reduce pain.
Syncope or fainting occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted. During intense exercise, you tend to lose more water through sweat than is replenished through drinking water or other liquids.
This causes dehydration, which can cause a drop in blood pressure, which can cause dizziness, dizziness and fainting.
Cure: In most cases, this condition is due to a lack of oxygen in the brain, so you know that deep breathing would be the best and try to rest.
Lie on a flat surface. Your face should be up and raise your legs a little higher than your head, using a pillow.
This will ensure the supply of oxygen to the brain and restore consciousness and prevent syncope. Hydration is really important to balance electrolytes and keep systems cool.
Excessive exercise can cause stress headaches that can leave you in a bad state despite having an excellent exercise routine.
Cure: Some simple exercises in which you stretch your head and neck can help you reduce the intensity of the headache. Move your head up, down, right, left and bend your neck sideways. If you feel better, try slowly turning your neck clockwise and counterclockwise.
Take two or three drops of lavender or eucalyptus or peppermint oil and gently massage at the temples, along with a deep breath to reduce the headache.
Applying an ice pack to the back of the neck can relieve the headache, since the cold pack helps reduce the inflammation that contributes to headaches.
It also has a numbing effect on pain that will make you feel better. You can try soaking your feet in hot water, which also helps eliminate the headache.
These are some common problems you may be experiencing and now you know how to address them.
Exercise well and stay healthy!