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2005/08/02 00:39:50 (permalink)
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Overtraining

Ive been reading that headaches are a sympton of overtraining,

I know that high blood pressure causes headaches, can overtraining cause a rise in blood pressure?

Because at the moment I feel like I have real high blood pressure, whenever I bend over slightly I feel all the blood rush to me head and I feel the blood pumping in my head, a bit like when u hang upside down and all the blood rushs to your head, I also get headaches and I really do think I am overtraining as im starting to loose desire to train,

Your thoughts please


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    steveuk2
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    RE: Overtraining 2005/08/02 01:48:27 (permalink)
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    i remember the 1st time i took viagra- thats exactly how i felt,the blood went in the wrong direction
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    RE: Overtraining 2005/08/02 09:47:43 (permalink)
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    Common symptoms.....
    decreased performance
    increased depression/anxiety
    increased susceptibility to infection
    altered resting heart rate and blood pressure
    sleep disturbances
    increases in catabolic hormones
    increased incidence of injuries
    chronic fatigue

    I can ussually judge if im doing too much as it just dont feel right, however thats well before the onset of overtraining syndrome.Three or four day break does me but if you have the "real deal" then id say youd need to lay off longer or adjust your activity too something lighter for a longer period...eg swimming/active rest

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    RE: Overtraining 2005/08/02 13:06:47 (permalink)
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    take a week off or deload
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    RE: Overtraining 2005/08/03 00:26:04 (permalink)
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    Thanks guys, ive been currently running 4 days a week each day 60 mins (cutting atm), weight training 3 times a week, and working 5 times a week

    I always thought that this could be a possibility

    Just had to confirm



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