After why motion, can you feel very tired?Exercise moderately but not excessively

2022-09-07 0 By

Q: I used to have a lot of energy after exercise.But these days, if I exercise for three days in a row, I feel more tired for a few days afterwards.Is there something wrong with me?A: We rarely hear feedback about the negative effects of exercise because of the emphasis on physical exercise.In your case, you could be overexercising.Overtraining is when you work out so hard for so long that your body still can’t recover after a normal rest.This is something competitive athletes sometimes face, but it can affect ordinary people as well.For professional athletes, achieving the best performance requires a balance between maximum intensity and physical recovery.As a result, they have to burn a lot of energy on certain days and have enough, but not too much, rest days, or at least some low-intensity exercise.But what about the average person who just wants to improve their physical fitness?Ordinary exercisers, not athletes, do not plan to compete.However, some people exercise almost every day, mainly because exercise feels good, and if they don’t exercise for more than a day, they feel bad and want to exercise very much.But if you overdo it, or don’t have a day off in between, you can sometimes feel very tired after your workout or later in the day.When this happens, simply adjusting your workout schedule based on how long and how often you work out can usually fix the problem.While fatigue is usually the main symptom of excessive exercise, injuries, pain, anxiety, irritability and disturbed sleep can also occur.In addition, excessive exercise can reduce libido.It’s important to note that since many health conditions can also cause these symptoms, you should check for other factors that may be contributing to post-exercise fatigue, such as anxiety, depression, unhealthy eating or poor sleep.Some heart and blood pressure medications, such as beta blockers, can also make you feel sluggish and less energetic after exercise.It is recommended that you take some time off and then spread out your usual exercise time to see if it improves your condition.If not, you can get it checked out by your doctor.In addition to checking the medications you take, your doctor may recommend a blood test to find out if there are other common causes of fatigue, including anemia, hypothyroidism, liver or kidney disease, or electrolyte imbalance in your blood.To achieve a higher level of fitness, you need to exercise at a sufficient intensity.However, excessive exercise can also destroy muscles, use up a lot of energy and make you weak, and setting up a proper rest and recovery period can help you become stronger.In general, it’s best to limit high-intensity aerobic exercise to no more than three days in a row, while for resistance training, you can do it every other day to give your muscles a good rest.In a word, it is best to find suitable exercise mode and suitable exercise frequency.