its been a while since a did any kind of exercise, i just started to play soccer and baseball, and when i run for a short period of time i throw up, or become dizzy, is this normal? i used to play 3 times per week when i was single, but i just married 4 years ago and stop all kind of exercise.... is it normal to throw up? im a little overweight for my height... 5'6" about 194 lbs... what do you recommend so i can get back to sports? i got into an anxiety cycle and depression last year, i want to believe that was a big part of it.... well please help me out :( i want to get my condition back!!!
Answer Hi Adrian- 1st, congrats on your decision to "get back active". That's good. I strongly recommend that you see your general doctor regarding your dizziness & vomiting after activity. You're probably just overdoing it, but GET THIS CHECKED! Consider activity less aggressive than baseball or soccer, (walking, biking , swimming, etc), possibly including supervision from personnel trainers. You need to probably be less aggressive initially, & see how your body responds. Include your wife possibly in walking or other exercise as you PROPERLY work your way back to fitness & where you want to be.. Good luck,..Dr. Bob Weil
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