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I am 23, my height is 157cm and I have a slow BMR, tendency towards obesity. Currently I am doing gym 2hours per day from 1month. All of a sudden my weight is increased in 2days, from 51.5kg to 54kg, and I am experiencing low pressure and dizziness after 45mins of gym. And also after I sleep for 6-7hours at night, there is a body pain, and also I am getting skin problems like my facial skin is wrinkled, tanned easily within the last 2-3days all of a sudden.. Please help me.


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replied November 19th, 2016
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Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

If you easily getting tired while exercising, there are a few possibilities you should look at. First is a heart issue that can be taken care of by an EKG, treadmill test and echo. The next is anemia. The third cause could be low blood sugar or even a case of high sugar as in diabetes. Another cause is poor sweating as in Sjogren’s syndrome. Exercise induced low blood pressure too could be a cause.

Ofcourse if the exercise level is not systematically increased, one would get tired soon and it may cause dizziness and fainting as the blood vessels do not dilate as fast as required to increase the blood flow. Hence it is always wise to start exercising slowly and not push your limits to start with.

However, since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please consult your doctor regarding this immediately. Hope this helps. Take care!


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