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Exercising, nausea, dizziness, numbness, prickling in hands. Lack of blood sugar?

Hi After an intense session on the exercycle today, i was feeling sick, i then had dizziness and my eyes blacked out. I also got this really weird pins and needles in my arms and hands. My hand were clenched and i physically couldn t open them. Is this due to lack of blood sugar . Also i am an athlete and train everyday so im used to this sort of stress on my body.
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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Avoid doing such type of over exertion again. The symptoms you had mentioned can be due to over sweating giving rise to dehydration. Drink plenty of water & oral fluids. If you get such type of symptoms which are relieved after eating something than it could be due to lack of sugar.
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