You Should Never Do Exercises In These 3 Circumstances

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Feb 23, 2021

Exercising is something that is of utmost benefit if done regularly. You must involve in some kind of physical activity daily to keep the body moving and prevent illnesses associated with laziness. We all know how beneficial is daily exercising but there are certain situations where it is better to avoid exercising. Yes, a lot of people find excuses to skip exercising but you will learn about three situations where experts advise skipping exercising. This video explains all about such conditions and why you shouldn't exercise at these times. 

#1 If You Have High Fever- If you are suffering from a high fever, you should not exercise at that time. This is because when you exercise, the internal body temperature increases. When you have fever, further increase in temperature can worsen your condition.

#2 If you have muscle soreness- If you are having muscular pain or soreness, skipping exercising is the best or else it might irritate the already struggling muscles. This can cause serious health issues. You shouldn't exercise if you have body aches.

#3 If you are feeling fatigued- If you are feeling tired and lethargic for a long time, avoid extensive exercising. You can do light exercises that would help in energising the body. Heavy exercises can affect your body clock and energy levels.

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