9 Health Problems Caused By Working Out The Wrong Way

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Working out is healthy and beneficial. Work out routine and exercises can turn your body into a fat burning machine and help you build lean muscle mass. However, doing it wrong can lead to different health problems. If you are into exercises and working out, below is a list of possible health problems you may encounter if you work out the wrong way.

1. Increased Risk of Heart Problems

Running is good for the heart, but too much of it can lead to serious complications. According to the researchers from Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, Missouri, too much running has the potential to cause adverse effects on the heart. Too much running on a treadmill or on the road may increase the risk of heart problems such as diastolic dysfunction, coronary artery calcification and large artery wall stiffening.

2. Chronic Fatigue

One of the most common side effects of repeated incorrect exercises is chronic fatigue. This is because when incorrect exercises are done repeatedly, it hurts the body parts since exercises are focused on the muscles. Doing incorrect exercise may damage the musculoskeletal system of the body, including the tendons, ligaments, muscles, and in some cases, bones too. This is the reason people who work out the wrong way may suffer from chronic fatigue.

3. Menstrual Complaints

When exercise is done inappropriately, it can lead to irregular menstrual period in women. Those women who urgently begin to exercise at high intensities may experience irregularities in their menstrual cycle. Over exercising or over training may put too much stress on your body in producing the hormones needed to complete the cycle. Incorrect or too much exercise is draining on your body. When a person exercises, her body goes into a survival mode. As a result, some of the body’s unnecessary functions, including menstruation, are shut down in order to save energy to keep the body in its present condition. It somehow reserves every single energy it can hold on to so that vital functions in the body can still work properly.

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