If you have the flu

Do you have flu, you should not exercise. Your body needs to be better again so do not waste a lot of energy to power sports. Flank move with flu slows your recovery only and your athletic performance will be disappointing.

Kyle Leon the most professional fitness experts
It is a myth that you move with the fever out sweat, training with fever is even dangerous. It can cause an infection of the heart muscle ( my cordites ) that can lead to heart failure and arrhythmias. Please if you get well double the number of days you had a fever rest. After three days of fever, you may just six days without sports.
Put the neck check
Not sure yet? Do the "neck check". Do you only symptoms above the neck, such as a runny or stuffy nose, sore throat, headache and earache? Sports are not a problem.
Do you have symptoms under your neck, for example, suffer from coughing, shortness of breath, wheezing, fever and muscle pain? Just not sports. You regularly use a heart rate monitor; you can also give it a good indication. Is your increased heart rate at rest, then train inadvisable?

To the doctor
Many people find it difficult to talk about. Accidental stool loss they feel ashamed for it. Yet it is important to discuss. Complaints with your GP The doctor may examine the anus (DRE) and may refer you to a gastroenterologist or hematologist internist. In the hospital, the grip strength of the anus are measured (manometer) and can damage the anus are detected (MRI or endow-anal ultrasound).


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