After a long and very hard (by my standards…) workout, I’ve had a delayed increase in overall dizziness, and it’s lingering into the third day now. I’d like to know if anyone can relate.
Detail: I’ve known for a long time that even fairly mild exercise usually sets me off – wears me out quickly, and tends to raise the degree of dizziness / unsteadiness I feel, for a while.
On Friday eve I did something far tougher anything I’ve done before – I and a friend went walking – up a stairwell (inside), multiple times. In total, we walked up 40 floors of stairs in maybe 70, 80 minutes. Won’t go into the “why” right now but there was a reason.
Not one with much stamina, I got winded a number of times, and it was hard, but at the time, my head was actually doing a pretty OK job handling it (not normal in itself). Felt pretty okay the rest of the night. … But come Saturday, then the dizziness ramped up, and it still persists.
Anyone here done something that physically pushed you way beyond what you’re used to doing – and then have a delayed dizziness that begins the day after? … And is there any way to “gauge” how long I could expect the increase to last?
Thanks for any input,