Tips for athletes with circulatory problems while running

Running is healthy, but can cause circulatory problems. My JogStyle has some tips for prevention.
Sept. 28, 2011 - PRLog -- Jogging is a popular sport for everybody. Whether as a hobby runner or as a professional marathon runner – running activates spirit and body and keeps fit and healthy. Nevertheless, it can lead to sports injuries or joint pain. The correct running technique, the right running shoes and an intentional warm-up and cool-down program are important. Some runners even complain about circulatory problems during or after the running. The causes can be quite different. My JogStyle explains the golden rules to avoid feelings of illness.

Sport is healthy, but sometimes athletes don’t feel well because of the training. Dizziness or nausea during or after the running suggest that something isn’t right. The causes are usually simple. Those who follow some rules can avoid such unpleasant consequences. To complete a run free of pain, an adequate fluid intake should be ensured. Both before and after the training the athlete should drink a lot. For long runs over 60 minutes the body should also be delivered with fluid during the training. In addition to drinking the food intake is very important. The athlete should train neither with full nor with an empty stomach. Those who make a run before going to work often run without eating something before. If this leads to circulatory problems it is advisable to eat a little something for breakfast. Whole-grain bread, crisp bread or something similar nutritious is recommendable. A full meal and the training should be about two hours apart to avoid discomfort. Many endurance athletes overestimate their own abilities. It isn’t possible to be in top efficiency every day and the athlete should look after his personal form on the day to avoid an “overtraining”. Overcharging the body or training beyond the limits can cause circulatory problems as well.

An adequate warm-up and cool-down are very important in order to protect the cardiovascular system. Especially after a longer period of rest the body should slowly be introduced to the conditional exposure. Patience is a virtue, also in sports. Who suffers from circulatory problems regularly despite these precautions should undergo an exercise test. This way it can be identified under medical supervision, what is the reason for the complaining and when they occur.

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