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DEBBIE092913 Posts: 66
3/2/13 6:47 A

Thanks for the advise, very helpful. The link Coach Jen gave answered a lot of questions if anyone else had the same problem. Thanks again. emoticon

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3/1/13 7:54 P

Whenever I run, my hands swell. I think it's because they're the lower extremities and blood pools there, but like you, it goes back down slowly and I always seem to swell whenever I exercise if it hot out.

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3/1/13 1:07 P

do you track your sodium intake? That can make a big difference.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 64,591
3/1/13 12:45 P

Hi Debbie

This Ask the Expert should answer your question:

Coach Jen

DEBBIE092913 Posts: 66
3/1/13 10:55 A

I noticed today while walking on the treadmill that close to the end of my work out my hands and feet were swelling. A LOT. Any idea why? This has never happened before and my work out was very similar to what I always do. Just went a little longer this time. I was surprise my how bad my hands got. I'm sitting at the computer now and it seems to be going down slowly, but still very confused as to why this would happen. Any advice would be greatly appreciated emoticon Thanks in advanced.

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