Thread: Breathing heavy after exercise
6/01/2012 12:03pm, #1
Breathing heavy after exercise
OK I know go see a doctor don't get medical advice off the intarwebs.
After exercise my breathing will be different for hours. I don't mean gasping for air for hours and hours. That stops within minutes. I mean just having to take an occasional deeper than normal breath. Is this anything to worry about?
6/01/2012 2:19pm, #2
6/01/2012 2:28pm, #3
The girlfriend is a little freaked out about it.
6/02/2012 11:40am, #4
Not know the context of your exercise (Judo/Running/Circuits/Weights) I won't venture an opinion.
Nor knowing your Age/underlying fitness level.
Nor the Intensity of your training/quality of Rest/Sleep or if you're Over-Training.
I would suggest you ask the advice of your GP (General Practitioner) or (US) Family Doctor.
6/02/2012 4:50pm, #5
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im an army medic mate my advice speak to a doctor but im thinking its just your fitness level, it sounds like your recovery time is very long ie; you need to get fitter, as eddie as said without knowong your fitness level and regime its hard to pin point the underlying cause!
6/03/2012 5:51pm, #6
breathe out more than you breathe in. Could be a serious problem. But could be a form of hyperventilation.
Hell breathe into a paper bag see what happensWhitsunday Martial Arts Airlie Beach North Queensland.
6/03/2012 5:57pm, #7
6/04/2012 1:29am, #8
Do you smoke?GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
6/04/2012 1:34am, #9
6/04/2012 1:45am, #10
Oh. Okay. Well, good. Don't. Don't start smoking.
I'm having a little trouble understanding why your girlfriend is conscious and why you are conscious of this type of breathing. Are you doing it in your sleep?GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.