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    What causes dizziness after a workout?

    Feeling dizzy after a workout is sometimes a sign that a person has overexerted themselves, is dehydrated, or has low blood pressure. Learn more about these and other causes in this article.

    Feeling dizzy after a workout is a common occurrence. Often, it is the result of something minor, such as mild dehydration.

    In other instances, however, it can indicate an underlying condition that requires treatment.

    In this article, we list seven potential causes of dizziness after exercise, and we discuss treatments and methods of prevention.

    Causes
    Possible reasons for feeling dizzy after a workout include:

    1. Overexertion

    Overexertion occurs when people push themselves too hard during physical activity. Signs of overexertion include:

    dizziness
    feeling faint
    lightheadedness
    nausea
    shortness of breath
    thirst
    vomiting
    According to 2015 researchTrusted Source, injuries related to overexertion account for 36.2% of all injuries occurring at fitness facilities.

    Overexertion does not just happen in gyms or exercise classes, however. It can happen during any activity.


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