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12/13/08 4:28 P

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I'm so glad that I knew about this post cause it actually happened 2 me yesterday. I realized that wat I did differently was that I didn't cool down b4 coming in the house n I tryed 2 cool down 2 quick

My enemies don't be glad because of my troubles!
I may have fallen, but I will get up;
I may be sitting in the dark, but the Lord is my light
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12/13/08 2:43 P

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Thanks for all the ideas. I figured it was probably just a reaction from my body from going to super heated to cooled down...nice to know some others have the same issue.



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12/9/08 3:06 P

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I know you are probably hot after working out, but make sure to cover up after you're done - your body has done a lot of work to cool you down, especially sweat, but that can leave you susceptible to chilling after - make sure you cool down appropriately, and then don a sweatshirt, and take a shower as soon as you can. :)

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12/8/08 10:40 P

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I've had some problems regulating my body temperatures too and mentioned it to my health care / nutritionist / acupuncturist - well she is very good at many things. It's as if I'm very cold then very hot. She wants to check my vitamin D to see if I need to up that with supplements along with zinc and selenium to help regulate thyroid health. Just another suggestion.

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12/8/08 3:08 P

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I don't know for sure the reason, but you have lost almost ten pounds of insulation. I get that cold feeling too, but it's usually because I'm still sitting around in my wet exercise clothes waiting to take a shower. If your worried about it the best thing to do is call your Dr.
What C_EARL says make sense also I think.

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12/8/08 1:29 P

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I know EXACTLY what you are talking about! After I run for a decent amount of time and have stopped then I'll start freezing!! My brother is a crazy ultramarathoner and it happens to him a lot. I guess your body is generating so much heat while you are working out that when you stop and it hasn't adjusted yet to the lack of movement & has to self regulate again.

I don't know if that makes any sense or not, but that's how I explain it to myself! LOL

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There's probably a logical explanation, but I don't know what it is.

I agree that it's one for the medical pros to answer.

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MAGA99's Photo MAGA99 Posts: 14,317
12/6/08 6:37 P

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never heard of that
mayb u should speak 2 u dr

My enemies don't be glad because of my troubles!
I may have fallen, but I will get up;
I may be sitting in the dark, but the Lord is my light
Micah 7:8


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12/6/08 1:30 P

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Does anyone else get really cold after working out? About an hour or so after working out - I'm freezing! I'm normally never cold, but lately I find it really hard to keep warm after my workouts. Anyone know why?

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