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What Are Contraindications To Exercise And When To Stop Training?

Get the information about the contraindications to exercise and when to stop training to have a safe workout and pleasant training.

What are the contraindications to exercise?

It is best to consult your physician before starting any physical activity to find out if you have any contraindications for exercise

contraindications to exercise

Each time infection is an absolute contraindication to training. Always give up exercise if you have a fever, the flu, or just have a cold. Once you recover, you can gradually return to physical activity. 

General contraindications to exercise include:

  • cardiovascular diseases,
  • some diseases of the respiratory and urinary systems,
  • any injuries and contusions,
  • ulcers,
  • uncontrolled diabetes,
  • very high obesity,
  • anorexia,
  • any acute inflammation,
  • postoperative complications,
  • some neoplasms. 

However, there are exceptions, and every organism is different and whether a person with a specific condition can exercise, is up to his or her doctor. 

Those were contraindications to exercise but when you should stop training?

When you should stop training?

Remember the principle to always exercise in harmony with your own body and do not do anything by forcing your body and pushing beyond its limits.

You should not exercise for scores but for yourself.

If you don’t feel like exercising on a given day that is ok. It is ok to skip or shorten your training. Don’t force yourself to exercise. 

Exercising is supposed to be a pleasure and mental relaxation for you. If you feel pain or discomfort at any point during your exercise, give up exercise, and rest. 

When else should you stop training? 

If you experience any of the following symptoms during training, please stop exercising and consult your doctor

  • chest pain,
  • shortness of breath,
  • excessive fatigue,
  • feeling weak,
  • dizziness,
  • nausea,
  • rapid of the heart rate above 20 beats per minute,
  • slowed heart rate,
  • no rise or fall in blood pressure,
  • the rise in blood pressure above 40 mmHg,
  • abnormal heart rhythm, palpitations, heart palpitations. 

If you have any doubts about your health and ability to exercise, you should do an exercise test (stress test) using an EKG under the supervision of a sports medicine doctor. 

I hope you found valuable information about contraindications to exercise.

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