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Thread: dizziness after play?
05-05-2010, 11:09 PM #18
i will surely drink more water! but i sleep the normal 8 hours, good ventilation on our court though but i'll try to observe on our next practice.
05-07-2010, 02:41 AM #19
Like i said before it is just blood pooling. Its when you are exercising intensively your heart pumps blood around your body. And as blood travel far away from your heart the arteries and veins, capillaries, and venuoles they will have lower blood pressure (unless you are unaware blood pressure is the pressure through your artery and vein) So the blood is accumulated at your legs harder to travel back to your heart.
Because of gravity so your body will fall down and when your body is flat gravity is 0 so the blood from your leg may travel back to your heart to get oxygen.
Another method of having your blood to travel back to your heart without having to fall and lay on your back is muscle pumping.
There are veins in your muscle and when you move your muscle it contracts and flexes causing the blood to travel (what stops the blood from flowing back is valves)
So a light jog like 10minutes should get you better
05-09-2010, 03:25 AM #20
All this and that but best is to see a Dr too.
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