Does anyone else get tired out really easily?

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TheAP
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27 Sep 2015, 6:24 pm

Sometimes my dad and I go for a run of about 3 km, and it's torture for me. I have to stop partway through because my legs are aching so much. But as soon as I stop and walk I instantly feel better. I simply get tired out really easily when exercising. Even just standing can be tough for me; my legs start aching when standing during the singing at church, and even sometimes in the shower.

Does anyone else experience something similar?



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29 Oct 2015, 10:07 am

TheAP wrote:
Sometimes my dad and I go for a run of about 3 km, and it's torture for me. I have to stop partway through because my legs are aching so much. But as soon as I stop and walk I instantly feel better. I simply get tired out really easily when exercising. Even just standing can be tough for me; my legs start aching when standing during the singing at church, and even sometimes in the shower.

Does anyone else experience something similar?


This sounds a good reason to visit a doctor. A stress test would probably be informative. There could be an issue with your heart valves, or any number of things, most not so serious, some more so. Impossible to say without getting "wired up."



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30 Oct 2015, 7:14 am

is it only your legs acking or do you feel tired all over.

If it is the former (as it is with me), you simply have an inefficient technique; visit a physiotherapist or running coach for this
If it is the latter, there is something wrong with your stamina, which is cause to visit a doctor (not a cause for panic though)



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01 Nov 2015, 11:50 pm

I agree with the others that you should see your doctor about it. Your symptoms interrupting everyday things is a red flag and you shouldn't be dealing with this stuff at a young age.



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