Nausea after workouts

Nausea after workouts

Post by Hoope » Tue, 11 Mar 2003 10:11:30


It seems after my longer workouts (2+ hours), I get a bit of nausea.  I have
not vomited, but my gut is boiling like a jacuzzi.  Anyone know what may be
happening?
 
 
 

Nausea after workouts

Post by Tom Henderso » Tue, 11 Mar 2003 10:36:26



Quote:
> It seems after my longer workouts (2+ hours), I get a bit of nausea.
> I have not vomited, but my gut is boiling like a jacuzzi.  Anyone know
> what may be happening?

Do you eat/drink differently for long workouts?

Tried different drinks/bars/gels?

Does it go away quickly when you finish your workout? I noticed some
uneasiness when I did my marathon last month, but it disappeared
immediately when I finished.

 
 
 

Nausea after workouts

Post by Rick Loggin » Tue, 11 Mar 2003 22:08:26

For what it is worth....look into things like R4 from Endurox as a
post-workout recovery drink and also L-Glutamine as a nutritional
supplement.  I sing the praises of R4 and have recently added a little
L-glut to the R4 when workouts get long and/or intense.

--
Rick Loggins


Quote:
> It seems after my longer workouts (2+ hours), I get a bit of nausea.  I
have
> not vomited, but my gut is boiling like a jacuzzi.  Anyone know what may
be
> happening?


 
 
 

Nausea after workouts

Post by Rivermis » Tue, 11 Mar 2003 23:24:44

I know that if you don't drink enough water along with a gel you can get
nauseated.


Quote:
> It seems after my longer workouts (2+ hours), I get a bit of nausea.  I
have
> not vomited, but my gut is boiling like a jacuzzi.  Anyone know what may
be
> happening?

 
 
 

Nausea after workouts

Post by Phil M » Wed, 12 Mar 2003 07:37:00

Quote:

> It seems after my longer workouts (2+ hours), I get a bit of nausea.  I have
> not vomited, but my gut is boiling like a jacuzzi.  Anyone know what may be
> happening?

How the HELL can anyone suggest anything with that vague description.

It could be 1 or 50000000,00000000,000000000 different things.