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Old 01-08-12, 07:14 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by s5fskzfv View Post
Hi,

Thanks to everyone who replied to my question yesterday about how to coordinate training and a low carb diet. I have another possibly related question but I think it deserves it's own thread.

After a long workout I often have trouble concentrating. It's hard to describe exactly what the problem is, it's like if I have something I need to read, or something that takes thinking like balancing a checkbook, I just don't feel like doing it. Trying to concentrate feels uncomfortable to the point that I can't do it. I tend to do a lot of reading, if I didn't, I might not even notice the problem, it's sort of subtle. I'm not sure exactly what it is, maybe not enough sleep or low blood sugar? Usually by the next day I'm back to normal after a couple of meals and some sleep.

I am wondering if anyone else experiences this and if there is anything known about what causes it? how to prevent it? or how to get over it faster?



Thanks,
You're tired. You need rest. Maybe some food.

Why complicate it?
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