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How to get rid of Nausea while doing exercise
Nausea during with exercise is a common complaint. It can occur with high-intensity exercise or low- intensity exercise and with strength-training or cardio. People who have it will agree it’s a frustrating problem, especially if it happens frequently.
Drinking too much water can cause queasiness by overfilling your stomach and diluting electrolytes. Drink between 8 and 10 ounces before a workout and another 8 ounces every 15 minutes during exercise. When you drink, don’t gulp or fill your water bottle with carbonated beverages. Gulping fluids and drinking carbonated beverages contributes to air swallowing, which can cause nausea. Don’t hydrate with caffeinated beverages. Caffeine stimulates production of stomach acid and can lead to an “acid stomach’ and nausea.
How Eating or Not Eating Affects Exercise-Induced Nausea
Eating a big meal before exercising can cause nausea, especially if you’re doing high-intensity exercise or running long distances. Waiting at least two hours after eating before heading to the gym. Who ate immediately before exercise were more likely to feel nauseated, especially during and after high-intensity exercise. This isn’t surprising since exercise diverts more blood flow to hard-working muscles and away from the digestive tract.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, low blood sugar levels from not eating can trigger nausea. Low blood sugar levels also cause fatigue and lightheadedness and make it more difficult to work out. This is common in people who wake up in the morning and do cardio on an empty stomach.
If you routinely jump on the treadmill before breakfast, eat a combination protein-carb snack beforehand to sustain your blood sugar while you’re exercising. A 200-calorie snack consisting of a fruit smoothie, peanut butter on whole-grain crackers or a protein bar should be sufficient. When you finish your workout, cool down for 10 minutes and rest for another 10 minutes to allow blood flow to be redirected back to your intestines. Then eat your post-workout meal.
If you’ll be exercising for more than an hour, drink and electrolyte-rich sports drink that contains crabs to stay hydrated, replace electrolytes and keep your blood sugar level stable.