Dizziness and nausea during workot (Tectical Bodyweight Training)
I have to take frequent breaks because I get really dizzy and nauseous, so I'm not getting as much of a workout as I should.
I kept drinking water (about a cup and a half) but my mouth keeps drying out. I only alternated between level 1 and 2, and with frequent breaks, I know I wasn't working out too hard...
Does anyone know the cause and prevention for random nausea?yootar200 by:
This happens to me sometimes too. There are several things that can cause your symptoms. If you get light-headed, it may mean that you aren't breathing right during the exercises. The light-headed feeling is a result of the brain not getting enough blood and oxygen. If you are feeling nauseous, it could be because you did eat enough calories before you started working out or your electrolytes are low.
If you are sweating heavily during your workout, you can become dehydrated resulting in dry mouth, dizziness, and nausea.
Here's a link on how to prevent your symptoms during a workout
You say you "know you are not working out too hard" but that is the number one cause of the symptoms you describe. Tabata is no joke! Try another program and see if that feeling goes away. You can work up your endurance and go back to Tabata. (I had to do the same thing myself.)
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