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When you work out, your body needs to produce more energy to accommodate you. To do this, it begins to undergo the process of aerobic respiration. This process requires oxygen, so the more you work out, the more oxygen you need to use. When you stop working out, you don't immediately stop producing the most energy you can, and your body is trying to make up ...
The same thing happens to me when I haven't eaten or slept properly before a strenuous lifting session. It will also happen to me when working with heavy singles. The only trick I've found to deal with the light-headedness is to take very quick, shallow breaths and try not to move. This trick also works for me when doing clean&jerk if I have to pause ...
You are asking about the effects of a sedentary lifestyle. This is certainly related to physical fitness, or rather a lack thereof, contrary to what some of my fellow members here feel. There are a number of physiological adaptations that will result from too much inactivity. I like to say that our bodies are built to be as lazy as possible. Efficiency ...
Contact your father's personal doctor, and make personal arrangement. He is the one who is aware of his health and any past health treatment, and should be able to discuss with you on this topic. Second, based on father's doctor recommendation contact a specialist within your living area.
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