CoachGShort Weekly Newsletter September 4th 2011
Can Exercise give you headaches?
Written by Lewis Carl Monfort
Everybody knows that working out often belongs to the things you must do if you want to lose weight. It does not matter what other folks might explain; you are unable to lose weight just by sitting around. What most people don’t realize however is that exercising can definitely be a pain. You are most likely geared up for muscle cramps and aches in your back and in your joints, but are you prepared for exercise induced headaches? Unfortunately a lot of individuals suffer from exercise triggered headaches but, thankfully, there is plenty you can to do treat and prevent them. Here is the way to do that.
Drink lots of water–you likely already understand that this is important to do regularly but it starts to get even more important when you exercise. Headaches will often be brought on by dehydration and dehydration can happen after a workout that has been successful and sweaty (sweat drains the body of fluid). Drinking fine volumes of water before your training session routines, during your work out and after you have finished working out can do quite a bit to help you keep the headaches at bay. This is typically usually all you will need to do to heal any headaches that turn up a while after your workouts too.
Proper warm ups along with cool downs are extremely essential. Just jumping right into a vigorous workout can cause headaches because the blood will start rushing in the direction of the parts of your body that are doing the work and away from your head and brain. Your brain needs time to adjust to the changes and a complete warm up and cool down lets your body to make those changes gradually.
Practice suitable breathing techniques while in your workouts and weight liftings. Our brains require oxygen to survive and operate properly. Most of us instinctively hold our breath whenever we are executing something difficult but that just reduces the oxygen that is available for your brain. By exercising good breathing you keep the brain supplied with a good amount of oxygen and will ward off headaches.
If you see that you are experiencing headaches frequently and nothing that you are trying is reducing them or helping you keep them away, it is time to talk to your doctor. If your workouts or diet plan are causing your regular headaches then your physician will be able to help you figure this out. It is possible that you need medication to keep the headaches at bay. Your doctor should be able to make it easier to figure out how to both cure your headaches and go on working out and your diet.
None of us really wants to experience a headache; we do almost everything we can to keep them at a distance. The best part is that you don’t have to merely suffer through them. With the proper preparing and know-how, it is possible to avoid exercise induced headaches completely!
- Is Shakeology worth it?
- Is Shakeology good for you?
Hopefully, by the time you’re finished reading this post, you’ll have a better idea of whether or not this best-selling meal replacement product is right for you.
Shakeology Review – The Basics
Shakeology is much more than just a protein shake. It’s also in a completely different league than your standard, everyday “meal replacement shake”.
In a nutshell, Shakeology is a complete (and super healthy) meal in a glass. Each shake is packed with 70 whole food ingredients that deliver the essential nutrients that the body craves and is often deprived of due to today’s typical unhealthy American diet.
Most Americans eat a steady stream of processed foods that are high in fat and sugar, and the challenge of eating a healthy diet is more difficult than ever. Shakeology offers a solution to that problem, one that is both convenient and affordable.
Is Shakeology a Scam?
Let’s be honest. The health and nutrition supplement industry isn’t always trusted or well-respected, and with very good reason. Many of the nutrition supplements being peddled today make huge claims and do very little (if anything) when it comes to providing real benefits to the customer.
With this in mind, it’s no wonder why some people are still skeptical about a possible Shakeology scam.
Fortunately, Beachbody is a company that takes great pride in their reputation and only produces the very best when it comes to health and fitness products. Great care was taken when formulating and sourcing the ingredients contained in Shakeology, and the end result is a product that truly deserves the growing popularity it’s enjoying.
The bottom line is Shakeology isn’t a scam, ripoff, or hoax. It’s a legitimate meal replacement product that delivers essential nutrition in a great-tasting, convenient, and affordable way.
Shakeology users have reported a wide range of health benefits, ranging from increased energy to lower cholesterol. In addition to providing all of these great benefits, it’s also great to know that Shakeology is certified low glycemic with a 24 GI (glycemic index) rating. A 24 GI rating is extremely low (which is a very good thing), and yet another confirmation of just how healthy this product really is.
In case you’re not familiar with GI ratings and the topic of blood sugar, foods that have high glycemic index ratings cause the body to produce higher levels of insulin which will provide a sugar rush, followed by a crash. Eating a diet that is primarily made up of low-GI foods is a great way to stabilize blood sugar and insulin levels.
Here are some more Shakeology benefits that have been reported by customers:
- Weight loss
- Improved digestion
- Better bowel regularity
- Increased energy
- Lower cholesterol
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