What’s more, exercising with a fever won’t be as effective as you’d expect, so it’s best to just rest when you have a fever.
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4. When you feel body aches and pains
Dr Rice warns that deliberately exercising during an injury can make the consequences worse. Especially if your body is constantly experiencing unusual pain, you should stop exercising and see your doctor as soon as possible.
According to Dr., if your body aches from the last exercise, you can still do the exercise but to avoid injury, only do light exercises, such as walking instead of running. You can also skip training and rest if the pain is too severe.
5. When you are sick with the flu
Dr. Gustavo Ferrer (founder of Cleveland Clinic, Florida), advises people that if there are signs: runny nose, sore throat, stuffy nose, they can consider reducing the intensity of exercise. “If you are exercising for an hour a normal day, cut it down to 1/2 hour now,” he said.
At the same time, Dr. Gustavo Ferrer also advises people with the flu to avoid exercising in the early days of illness because this is not only harmful to your health, but also because this is when you are susceptible to infecting others. .
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