I have been working out now for a few months, and I NEVER sweat. I can be on the elliptical for an hour and my skin will only get a little clammy. I don't know what I am doing wrong. I recently had foot surgery and am unable to run anymore. However, when I ran, I didn't sweat either. Any suggestions?View Thread
Hi, I am a 17 year old female. I just sprained my ankle for the first time. I have always had weak ankles.I don't know if this is normal or not. My toes are always cold. At first I thought it was because of my brace so I took it off but after 1 hour they were still cold. Also is it normal that my ankle is still badly swollen after 2 hours out of the bathtub. also I can't afford the brace they want me in. I just have a small folding brace its just support. I am not on crutches. should I be doing something different for bracing. Also is this question in the right community? I sprained it riding my horse Monday, he got to close to the wall and my right foot turned, also he knocked me over when i got off. I have already gone to the doctor and the said it was a sprain.View Thread
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