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MrsCoolCat

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Health Q about Fatigue & Excercise
« on: December 06, 2014, 11:39:23 AM »
Hi! I hope this is in the right forum section.
This morning I felt like I was hit by a bus and could not or did not want to get up after 8 hours of sleep. I ended up waking up at the 11 hour mark! On Thursday we had a health screening at work and my stats were all healthy. I did jog 3 miles that same day and yesterday I worked out for 30 minutes in the morning with weights and then probably walked about another 4-5 miles that day because of Art Basel (i.e. walking around the museum, parking, walking to get to food, etc.). Despite this last night I did not feel tired nor was I tired when I went to bed. I exercise regularly about 4-5x a week. When they say rest do they literally mean more sleep or just not exercise or like sit there and be a couch potato rest?! As I'm reading this I think it was everything between Thursday and Friday, BUT I just thought it was odd that I didn't even start to feel exhausted last night, but rather in the morning! Because yeah, I'm usually tired by like 9 or 10pm on Fridays if I'm "exhausted". Really, I'm just trying to be more in tune with my body and live longer. Thank you all in advance.
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lizzzi

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Re: Health Q about Fatigue & Excercise
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2014, 11:45:32 AM »
It just sounds like you must have needed it. Sometimes it happens. My other thought is that you might be coming down with something. Sometimes the first sign of a virus is that flat-out tiredness that you described.

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Re: Health Q about Fatigue & Excercise
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2014, 11:49:12 AM »
Could be that your body was/is fighting something off.  I can get tired for "no reason" at the beginning of a cold - but when I rest on the front end, I seem to avoid the brunt of it.