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Wellness Tips

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When to Defer Exercise

 

The following are the reasons to suspend a program of physical activity until a physician can be consulted.

Chest pain or progression of cardiac disease.
Recurrent illness
Abnormally high ‘blood pressure
Orthopedic problem
Severe sunburn
Severe alcoholic hangover
Dizziness or vertigo
Swelling or sudden weight gain
Dehydration

Environmental factors :

Weather (excessive heat/humidity)
Air pollution (smog)
Use of certain prescription drugs (ask a physician or pharmacist)

 


 
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