Staying fit and healthy entails discipline and hard work. For must it’s the struggle that is hard and exhausting. People find it difficult to exercise and to stay in shape. Once you lose interest it’s hard to motivate a person to engage in exercise again. For many, starting an exercising routine is hard.
Here’s a list of some physical issues one may experience when you start exercising and how you can deal with it.
1. Itchiness. When people start cardio exercises, some may feel some itching in some parts of their body. This is not at all comfortable. This happens because of your blood vessels. When you binge for a few months, your blood vessels become lazy, and when you start exercising again your blood vessels wake up fast. Your heart starts to pump blood into your blood vessels which will make it expand to feed your newly flexing muscle. This expansion stimulates our nerve cells which sends signal to our brain. Those signals would look a lot like itching. The more you exercise, the less itchy you would feel.
2. Muscle Cramps. Muscles get tired so you usually feel crumps. When they get tired your reflexes are affected that can trigger a cramp. This is a painful uncontrolled contraction. Try some light stretching and massage your muscles when this happens. More exercise can prevent these unwanted cramps.
3. Side Aches. This is the stubbing pain you will feel below your rib cage. This usually hits when fatigue strikes in. This also happens when you eat too much food or not drink enough water then exercise. Most experts would say it’s a cramp in your diaphragm. When this happens, slow down, regulate your breathing and wait it out.