While experts differ on whether one should exercise with a cold, you can take some precautions while exercising when you have a cold. First, you should know how exercising can increase your vulnerability to a cold.
Hyperthermia: Physical activity can increase your temperature leading to 103°F. Also, there will be excessive sweating leading to confusion, nausea, and fast heartbeats.
Dehydration: Body produces sweat to cool itself during exercising. And it could lead to dehydration and longer-term exertion.
Hypoxia: It is lower oxygen level, and it happens when body demands more from vital internal organs like lungs and heart. Also, people exercising at higher altitudes face … Continue Reading