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Public Health: How Not to Kill Yourself While Working Out

Posted on August 11, 2017 in Healthy Living Public Health

In the contemporary world, going to the gym is usually seen as a positive way of living. The latter explains why most people have adapted to working out and adhering to a proper diet regime. Others just want to show off. So they only go to the gym to look like they are training so that they can take photos and flood our social media pages.

But either way, regular workouts are encouraged if at all we look forward to staying healthy. But as curate egg hypothesis suggests, everything that has a good side always comes with its bad sides which are what this article is all about.

In as much as going to the gym and snap chatting about it has become something of a norm, it is also important to note that some dangers come with hitting the gym. It is clear that most people, in their quest to show their social media how tough they are, always end up lifting heavier weights despite their poor form.

If you are a beginner, it is important to note that there is no shame in seeking help from a trainer. Just like any skyscraper starts with a foundation, always start small and work your way up with time. If the pain gets way to excruciating, always go easy because your body takes the time to adopt. Click on this link to see a video on how over-exercising can kill you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8xWju2rZ78

As a novice, it is important to always look out for signs such as excruciating pain, nausea and the color of your urine. If your urine is the dark shade of brown, it is time for you to drop down the dumbbells and head straight to your physician’s office. Extreme training can lead to muscles to die off, leak their contents into your bloodstream which is life-threatening.