Why do I get dizzy after exercise training?


What should I do if I get "dizzy" after training? First of all, it must be stated that it is definitely not exercise that makes you "dizzy", but your own body that makes you "dizzy". If you maintain a long-term exercise habit, the symptoms of dizziness may be caused by:
1. Insufficient body heat
It was widely rumored on the Internet that "fasting exercise" is better for weight loss. It's not a shortcut, it's a smart way to lose weight at best. Weight loss is when the body uses metabolism to deplete the energy stored in the body. The order of energy metabolism during exercise is: carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
And "fasting exercise" is to make you consume the energy in fat faster during metabolism. However, during fasting exercise, free fatty acids in the blood increase significantly. If there are too many sources of fatty acid muscle activity, there will be "poisons" that damage the heart muscle, leading to arrhythmias and even sudden death. And sports enthusiasts suffering from "hypoglycemia" had better forbid "fasting exercise".
Exercise is inherently a process of consuming energy. Exercise without energy not only damages the body, causing symptoms such as dizziness and vomiting, but also greatly reduces the effect of exercise. Especially when doing strength training, it is best to focus on the energy reserves of the body.
Appropriate intake of energy required for exercise before exercise to ensure adequate supply during exercise. It is best to eat low-glycemic, low-fat foods two hours before exercise. If it is before strength training, also pay attention to protein and carbohydrate supplementation.
2. Excessive exercise intensity
In a fast-paced living environment, we always focus on efficiency, and everything needs to be efficient. But some things cannot be done overnight, especially fitness, which must be done gradually. The biggest headache for fitness coaches is, "Coach, when will I be able to develop the muscles of an athlete?"
Athletes are not made in a day! Unbelievers began to work hard to increase the weight and volume of their training, and took pride in "training to the point of dizziness and vomiting." This is actually an act of irresponsibility to one's own body.
The main cause of dizziness caused by aerobic training is insufficient energy storage in the body. Dizziness occurs due to the lack of calories in the body, the blood sugar level drops.
During anaerobic training, especially weight-bearing training, many trainers do not pay attention to the breathing rate, which can also cause dizziness. The habit of holding your breath (stable tension and output) during training, excessive holding can lead to hypoxia after training, leading to dizziness.
① Know how to de-escalate in training
For example, push-ups include: diamond push-ups, shoulder push-ups, narrow push-ups, standard push-ups, kneeling push-ups. (in descending order of difficulty)
No matter what kind of training is performed, the standard degree of training movements largely determines the effect of training. If you cannot complete standard push-ups during training, especially in the middle and late stages, you can step down according to the difficulty of the above push-ups.
In addition to the de-escalation of movements, during the training process, trainers can also increase the rest time according to their own state to avoid discomfort such as dizziness after training.
②Pay attention to the breathing rhythm
In strength training, breathing deeply affects the amount of force the body can put out and regulates the pressure on the body. People who can breathe can effectively increase their strength by 30%. Don't develop the bad habit of holding your breath during training, which will not only cause dizziness, but even "jump over" due to lack of oxygen.
If you're under the guidance of a fitness trainer, he'll remind you of the rhythm of your breathing as you finish the exercise. If you're training at home alone, the easiest solution is to exhale when you're hard, inhale when you're relaxed, and complete the exercise.
For example, the bench press: exhale when you push the bar up, inhale when you lower it, don't hold your breath, and do it several times in a row. Rhythmic breathing and training movements can improve training efficiency. It also avoids post-workout dizziness symptoms.
Training environment
In the heat of the heat, if you exercise outdoors in the scorching sun, your risk of heatstroke increases, along with dizziness, nausea, and vomiting.
Also, because of the heat outside, you cannot close yourself in an air-conditioned environment to exercise or train. Exercising in an air-conditioned environment can cause the body to not sweat properly, which can lead to disorders of the body's temperature regulation system and dizziness.
Avoid training in environments that are exposed to heat, and choose to train in a well-ventilated room. Ensure that the body can sweat normally and avoid heat stroke caused by sultry heat.
Everyone's state during training is different, and the reasons for dizziness after training are also different. If you are a person with symptoms such as anemia and high blood pressure, in the case of physical discomfort, it is recommended to choose mild exercise such as stretching for training to avoid unnecessary physical discomfort after exercise.
If you experience dizziness after training, the first thing to do is to review whether you were refueling before training, whether the training intensity was appropriate, and how comfortable the training environment was. Don't let the side effects of quick success trample a heart that loves sports.