I am a female (5'4, 105 pounds) and I run a couple of times a week. I don't overdo it, usually a couple of...
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I am a female (5'4, 105 pounds) and I run a couple of times a week. I don't overdo it, usually a couple of miles just to get the heart going. What I've noticed is that I'm fine while I'm running but as soon as I step off the treadmill I get really dizzy. I have to stand still for a minute so I don't stumble. I haven't passed out or anything and I'm fine afterwards but I'm wondering what the issue could be. I have done other exercises without the issue (biking, hiking, swimming, etc.) but I'm afraid to run any longer or harder in case it gets worse.View Thread
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