Health & Fitness Is this why you feel sick after exercise?

18:30  13 november  2017
18:30  13 november  2017 Source:   netdoctor.co.uk

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Do you ever feel sick during or after exercise ? It could be down to what you 're eating and when, says this expert. Medicine for tonsillitis is making me feel sick . This is why you should never wear makeup in the gym.

Unfortunately, exercise -induced nausea is a real thing—here's why (and how to deal). Here's what you need to know about feeling sick (or even vomiting ) after you sweat—and how to know if you might need to back off a bit for your body’s sake.

Is this why you feel sick after exercise? © Maisie Paterson / Getty Is this why you feel sick after exercise? Have you ever been sick as a result of exercise? It's easy to find footage of athletes throwing up at the side of the race track, and you may even have felt some discomfort yourself after pushing through a tough workout, but several pieces of research suggest that such symptoms are merely the result of poor planning.

It's thought that roughly half of all athletes experience some form of gastrointestinal discomfort – such as nausea, vomiting, abdominal angina and bloody diarrhoea – while exercising and, although this is down to the fact that blood flow is typically reduced during intense exercise, research has found that the timing of each meal could also be to blame.

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Feeling sick after exercise is something that most of us are pretty familiar with, especially if you exercise as infrequently as I do. But why does our body and our gastrointestinal system re-assert itself after a run around the block?

Motion sickness progresses from a feeling of uneasiness to sweating and/or dizziness. This is usually quickly followed by nausea and/or vomiting. Watch this video to hear more about why you are feeling sick after exercise .

The science

Back in 2001, scientists looked at the varying effects eating had on exercise-induced nausea and found that both high and low intensity workouts caused gastric discomfort to varying degrees in participants who worked out immediately after eating. Speaking to The Independent, celebrity trainer Richard Tidmarsh – who runs Reach Fitness – said:

"If you eat your breakfast 30 minutes before an intense training session, you are likely to see it twice."

Such problems are particularly prevalent for long-distance runners because of the way the sport physically jolts the organs and alters intestinal secretion. Tidmarsh adds:

"To avoid this discomfort you need to realise that training doesn't start the minute you step in the gym door, but three to four hours before you start."

a man walking down a dirt road © Provided by National magazine company ltd (Hearst UK) Indeed, some recent research even suggests that exercising on an empty stomach is the most preferable way to work out (especially when it comes to losing weight), as it may "promote more favourable" changes in body fat. Speaking to NetDoctor on this topic, fitness expert James Farmer said:

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Discover what’s going on in your gut and what causes exercise stomach sickness . Sometimes, it is normal to feel sick and nauseous after working out or during exercises . Certain boot camp exercises make feeling sick common part of the serious workout due to their tough nature.

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"Training fasted or fed is a much talked about subject. Research has shown that training in a fasted state burns more fat during the workout, but training in a fed state leads to higher fat oxidation over a 24-hour period when compared to a fasted state. I think the best 'state' is the one that fits with your lifestyle and the one you can train at your best. If you're training super early before work, eating and letting that meal digest before training is going to be difficult. Chances are, you'll be better training in a fasted state. Later in the day? You'll probably train better having fully digested a meal beforehand."

He adds that at the end of the day, unless you're a professional athlete, then it's unlikely to have much of an effect.

"The simple answer is for the majority of us, it will make little difference when looking at fat loss over a significant period of time. Just pick the state that suits your training time, and the one that makes you feel the best! Don't overcomplicate it."

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There could be many reasons why you are getting sick after working out. It is important to take steps to prevent the illness you feel after working out. Here’s what to do to make working out easier on your This is especially common if you are in a long-term exercise situation, such as a marathon run.

Sometimes if we push ourselves too hard we can get dizzy and feel sick . Otherwise are you eating before workouts? If you are try not eating. If you aren't try to eat just a little something before..like some fruit or a piece of toast. Try to decrease your activity for a few days and see if you still get dizzy after a

The initial study was published in the journal Appetite.

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