Exercise and fatigue???

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willywee
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   Posted 7/26/2008 8:19 PM (GMT -7)   
  I was wondering if anyone else experiences a worsening of fatigue after exercising?  I can exercise for about 10 mintues and then for about a week afterward, I am so fatigued and tired I can barely do anything, let alone exercise/
 
Does anyone else experience this with exercise?
 
Willywee

rhondab
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   Posted 7/26/2008 9:17 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey Willywee

Here's how i understand that. U'r working u'r muscles with exercise...but u'r muscles are not getting the full message they'd normally get to tell them what to do. So u'r working them harder in essence to get the same workout that many others would get with less of a push. So u continue to do this and u overexert u'r muscles...resulting in fatigue. Make sense?? Try to go easy on the workout. Maybe cut back some and build up to where u feel u are getting something from it without overexerting. Take care!
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D'awesome
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   Posted 7/27/2008 7:33 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey Willy,
It makes perfect sense, it's a fine balance and it takes a lot of trial & error to figure out the right limits for your body. I know I get all energized & determined & then I go gung ho for exercise (bike riding, walking or some low impact good for you exercise) and I'm dragging & dying the following days. So it's really hard to figure my limits but I try. And most times it works out ok, when it doesn't I just wait for my body to catch up.
 
The way I understand it, the message doesn't get to the muscles from the nerves so the muscles can't "talk back" to the brain to tell us when it's too much. It seems to be about communication with this disease. :)
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