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Ran longer than usual, heart pounding, short of breath when I was resting. Do I do more or less next time?
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Dr. Colin Kerr
Family Medicine
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In brief: Exhaustion
If you were uncomfortable and felt unwell after running, then clearly you should run less next time.
It is normal to have fatigue and heavy panting after a hard run, but it should not make you actually feel sick. If you're feeling sick, something is wrong, and you should change your work-out routine.

In brief: Exhaustion
If you were uncomfortable and felt unwell after running, then clearly you should run less next time.
It is normal to have fatigue and heavy panting after a hard run, but it should not make you actually feel sick. If you're feeling sick, something is wrong, and you should change your work-out routine.
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