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Chesty cough, lower back pain, headache after a long run. Reason?

Yesterday i went for a run, im training for a 10 mile run and just started training. In the night i started getting a chesty cough . and this morning i woke up with lower back pain and slight aching all over. Also had a headache , and coughing up mucus? Iv suffered from sinusitis before, and im just wondering if i pushed myself too hard running yesterday, it was very cold
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Running is good exercise and you should continue.
But immediately you can not so much long.
Start with small distance and gradually increase the distance.
In your case due to sudden running big distance your calf and back muscles went into spasms and strain on muscles caused this problem.
Running in cold atmosphere caught cough and cold.
Now get some rest for few days and afterwards start increasing running distance gradually.
In the cold take all precautions covering your body properly.
ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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