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MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 15,332
1/10/13 6:19 A

I agree with the dehydration issue as suspect no. 1 here.

Another possibility is that many people (but not all) find it difficult to get to sleep while their body is still wound up from a late night workout. You may not have got enough sleep?

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ANNETTEMARIE63 Posts: 2,454
1/9/13 4:37 P

thank you kkent I would have to say I did not do either and will give that a try.

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1/9/13 4:12 P

I agree with KKENT4950.

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1/9/13 4:10 P

I'm not a doctor or anything, but here are my guesses.

a) Dehydrated. You exercised and then went to bed. Did you have the time to adequately re-hydrate?

b) Are you eating enough? If you are exercising then going straight to bed, I'm guessing you didn't eat anything in-between, or eat right before you exercised. That a long time for your body not to be refueled.


ANNETTEMARIE63 Posts: 2,454
1/9/13 3:00 P

Many nights I find that I am more energetic to exercise right before bed and I have done this twice this week and than went to bed. the next morning I have woke up with really bad headaches. what is causing this? I do not have this problem if I exercise hours before going to be rather than right before bed so I am going to have to change when I exercise but I have never heard of this before and thought it was very strange that it was doing this? am I possibly lacking something in my diet or is there another reason?

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