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#1: Is this dehydration?

Posted on 2006-07-15 01:03:24 by Tommy

Sunday morning.....
9:00 am....... i had a beer 12oz
11:00 am........ had a small grilled steak for dinner
8oz
12:00 pm........ I went roller blading in about 90
degree weather/sunny/humid. on a park track.
( I have done this many times
before) . I wore a t-shirt ( I usually go shirtless).... I
perspired heavily......after 3 miles, I felt weak, stopped to lay
down, I felt sick, breathed heavily, and layed for about 20 minutes.
I got up , felt better, drank about 8 oz of water........ then
continued to blade another mile,.....this time I really felt sick, I
layed down . I was breathing heavily , my mouth felt dry and drank the
rest of my water another 8 oz......and was unable to rise until 2 hours
later when a man came by and offered to drive me back to my car.
I drove home, went to bed, could only eat light things the next two
days , like soups, eggs, banana, and felt very weak, spent alot of time
in bed. I was more active on Wednesday and really did not feel like
myself until today, Friday.
Does this sound like dehydration? Heat exhaustion? Whats
the difference? Any other ideas? I am about 20 lbs overweight, kind of
stocky/chubby. Thank you for any input.
I checked my blood sugar on Monday it was normal. I am not diabetic.

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#2: Re: Is this dehydration?

Posted on 2006-07-15 01:18:10 by Al Bundy

Tommy wrote:
> Sunday morning.....
> 9:00 am....... i had a beer 12oz
> 11:00 am........ had a small grilled steak for dinner
> 8oz
> 12:00 pm........ I went roller blading in about 90
> degree weather/sunny/humid. on a park track.
> ( I have done this many times
> before) . I wore a t-shirt ( I usually go shirtless).... I
> perspired heavily......after 3 miles, I felt weak, stopped to lay
> down, I felt sick, breathed heavily, and layed for about 20 minutes.
> I got up , felt better, drank about 8 oz of water........ then
> continued to blade another mile,.....this time I really felt sick, I
> layed down . I was breathing heavily , my mouth felt dry and drank the
> rest of my water another 8 oz......and was unable to rise until 2 hours
> later when a man came by and offered to drive me back to my car.
> I drove home, went to bed, could only eat light things the next two
> days , like soups, eggs, banana, and felt very weak, spent alot of time
> in bed. I was more active on Wednesday and really did not feel like
> myself until today, Friday.
> Does this sound like dehydration? Heat exhaustion? Whats
> the difference? Any other ideas? I am about 20 lbs overweight, kind of
> stocky/chubby. Thank you for any input.
> I checked my blood sugar on Monday it was normal. I am not diabetic.

That is not much fluid on a hot day. It would depend on what your state
of hydration going into the day was like. Roller blading for three
miles? What's that, twenty minutes tops. Hard to dehydrate in such a
short time. It really sounds more like you are an out of shape pussy
than anything else.

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#3: Re: Is this dehydration?

Posted on 2006-07-15 04:51:29 by Tommy

I live in a city of 2 million plus, last year when it was over
100 degrees I rollerbladed
over an hour........ the only other two guys rollerblading in this 50
square mile city park that day were in their 20's....... I am over 50.

Try that Al when you over 50 and see how far you get before the
ambulance arrives.



Al Bundy wrote:
> Tommy wrote:
> > Sunday morning.....
> > 9:00 am....... i had a beer 12oz
> > 11:00 am........ had a small grilled steak for dinner
> > 8oz
> > 12:00 pm........ I went roller blading in about 90
> > degree weather/sunny/humid. on a park track.
> > ( I have done this many times
> > before) . I wore a t-shirt ( I usually go shirtless).... I
> > perspired heavily......after 3 miles, I felt weak, stopped to lay
> > down, I felt sick, breathed heavily, and layed for about 20 minutes.
> > I got up , felt better, drank about 8 oz of water........ then
> > continued to blade another mile,.....this time I really felt sick, I
> > layed down . I was breathing heavily , my mouth felt dry and drank the
> > rest of my water another 8 oz......and was unable to rise until 2 hours
> > later when a man came by and offered to drive me back to my car.
> > I drove home, went to bed, could only eat light things the next two
> > days , like soups, eggs, banana, and felt very weak, spent alot of time
> > in bed. I was more active on Wednesday and really did not feel like
> > myself until today, Friday.
> > Does this sound like dehydration? Heat exhaustion? Whats
> > the difference? Any other ideas? I am about 20 lbs overweight, kind of
> > stocky/chubby. Thank you for any input.
> > I checked my blood sugar on Monday it was normal. I am not diabetic.
>
> That is not much fluid on a hot day. It would depend on what your state
> of hydration going into the day was like. Roller blading for three
> miles? What's that, twenty minutes tops. Hard to dehydrate in such a
> short time. It really sounds more like you are an out of shape pussy
> than anything else.

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#4: Re: Is this dehydration?

Posted on 2006-07-15 04:52:04 by Tommy

I live in a city of 2 million plus, last year when it was over
100 degrees I rollerbladed
over an hour........ the only other two guys rollerblading in this 50
square mile city park that day were in their 20's....... I am over 50.

Try that Al when you over 50 and see how far you get before the
ambulance arrives.



Al Bundy wrote:
> Tommy wrote:
> > Sunday morning.....
> > 9:00 am....... i had a beer 12oz
> > 11:00 am........ had a small grilled steak for dinner
> > 8oz
> > 12:00 pm........ I went roller blading in about 90
> > degree weather/sunny/humid. on a park track.
> > ( I have done this many times
> > before) . I wore a t-shirt ( I usually go shirtless).... I
> > perspired heavily......after 3 miles, I felt weak, stopped to lay
> > down, I felt sick, breathed heavily, and layed for about 20 minutes.
> > I got up , felt better, drank about 8 oz of water........ then
> > continued to blade another mile,.....this time I really felt sick, I
> > layed down . I was breathing heavily , my mouth felt dry and drank the
> > rest of my water another 8 oz......and was unable to rise until 2 hours
> > later when a man came by and offered to drive me back to my car.
> > I drove home, went to bed, could only eat light things the next two
> > days , like soups, eggs, banana, and felt very weak, spent alot of time
> > in bed. I was more active on Wednesday and really did not feel like
> > myself until today, Friday.
> > Does this sound like dehydration? Heat exhaustion? Whats
> > the difference? Any other ideas? I am about 20 lbs overweight, kind of
> > stocky/chubby. Thank you for any input.
> > I checked my blood sugar on Monday it was normal. I am not diabetic.
>
> That is not much fluid on a hot day. It would depend on what your state
> of hydration going into the day was like. Roller blading for three
> miles? What's that, twenty minutes tops. Hard to dehydrate in such a
> short time. It really sounds more like you are an out of shape pussy
> than anything else.

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#5: Re: Is this dehydration?

Posted on 2006-07-15 05:54:18 by bj

Maybe you should stop having beer for breakfast.

And next time you feel ill when exercising, STOP and recover properly. Heat
illness is nothing to fool around with -- and can make you more vulnerable
to a repeat episode many months later even though you feel like you're "over
it". Just because you've gotten away with it before doesn't mean you're
immortal or anything, you seem to be asking for trouble!

Checking your blood sugar suggests that you think you might have reason to
think you're diabetic. What were the conditions of the test -- fasting?
post-prandial? What were the results? Maybe you should see a doctor for a
proper checkup.
bj

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&gt; Sunday morning.....
&gt; 9:00 am....... i had a beer 12oz
&gt; 11:00 am........ had a small grilled steak for dinner
&gt; 8oz
&gt; 12:00 pm........ I went roller blading in about 90
&gt; degree weather/sunny/humid. on a park track.
&gt; ( I have done this many times
&gt; before) . I wore a t-shirt ( I usually go shirtless).... I
&gt; perspired heavily......after 3 miles, I felt weak, stopped to lay
&gt; down, I felt sick, breathed heavily, and layed for about 20 minutes.
&gt; I got up , felt better, drank about 8 oz of water........ then
&gt; continued to blade another mile,.....this time I really felt sick, I
&gt; layed down . I was breathing heavily , my mouth felt dry and drank the
&gt; rest of my water another 8 oz......and was unable to rise until 2 hours
&gt; later when a man came by and offered to drive me back to my car.
&gt; I drove home, went to bed, could only eat light things the next two
&gt; days , like soups, eggs, banana, and felt very weak, spent alot of time
&gt; in bed. I was more active on Wednesday and really did not feel like
&gt; myself until today, Friday.
&gt; Does this sound like dehydration? Heat exhaustion? Whats
&gt; the difference? Any other ideas? I am about 20 lbs overweight, kind of
&gt; stocky/chubby. Thank you for any input.
&gt; I checked my blood sugar on Monday it was normal. I am not diabetic.
&gt;

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#6: Re: Is this dehydration?

Posted on 2006-07-15 15:17:57 by Al Bundy

Tommy wrote:
&gt; I live in a city of 2 million plus, last year when it was over
&gt; 100 degrees I rollerbladed
&gt; over an hour........ the only other two guys rollerblading in this 50
&gt; square mile city park that day were in their 20's....... I am over 50.
&gt;
&gt; Try that Al when you over 50 and see how far you get before the
&gt; ambulance arrives.
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Al Bundy wrote:
&gt; &gt; Tommy wrote:
&gt; &gt; &gt; Sunday morning.....
&gt; &gt; &gt; 9:00 am....... i had a beer 12oz
&gt; &gt; &gt; 11:00 am........ had a small grilled steak for dinner
&gt; &gt; &gt; 8oz
&gt; &gt; &gt; 12:00 pm........ I went roller blading in about 90
&gt; &gt; &gt; degree weather/sunny/humid. on a park track.
&gt; &gt; &gt; ( I have done this many times
&gt; &gt; &gt; before) . I wore a t-shirt ( I usually go shirtless).... I
&gt; &gt; &gt; perspired heavily......after 3 miles, I felt weak, stopped to lay
&gt; &gt; &gt; down, I felt sick, breathed heavily, and layed for about 20 minutes.
&gt; &gt; &gt; I got up , felt better, drank about 8 oz of water........ then
&gt; &gt; &gt; continued to blade another mile,.....this time I really felt sick, I
&gt; &gt; &gt; layed down . I was breathing heavily , my mouth felt dry and drank the
&gt; &gt; &gt; rest of my water another 8 oz......and was unable to rise until 2 hours
&gt; &gt; &gt; later when a man came by and offered to drive me back to my car.
&gt; &gt; &gt; I drove home, went to bed, could only eat light things the next two
&gt; &gt; &gt; days , like soups, eggs, banana, and felt very weak, spent alot of time
&gt; &gt; &gt; in bed. I was more active on Wednesday and really did not feel like
&gt; &gt; &gt; myself until today, Friday.
&gt; &gt; &gt; Does this sound like dehydration? Heat exhaustion? Whats
&gt; &gt; &gt; the difference? Any other ideas? I am about 20 lbs overweight, kind of
&gt; &gt; &gt; stocky/chubby. Thank you for any input.
&gt; &gt; &gt; I checked my blood sugar on Monday it was normal. I am not diabetic.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; That is not much fluid on a hot day. It would depend on what your state
&gt; &gt; of hydration going into the day was like. Roller blading for three
&gt; &gt; miles? What's that, twenty minutes tops. Hard to dehydrate in such a
&gt; &gt; short time. It really sounds more like you are an out of shape pussy
&gt; &gt; than anything else.


HA HA Tommy boy. I've run over 3,000 miles a year for 41 years
straight, sometimes 4-5,000 miles in the desert to the snow caps. You
don't have enough time left to try that. Most people don't know what
they are capable of and so settle for less and panic into submission at
the first sign of pain.

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#7: Re: Is this dehydration?

Posted on 2006-07-15 19:33:29 by email_tonys

&quot;Tommy&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:tdefender&#64;charter.net" target="_blank">tdefender&#64;charter.net</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; Sunday morning.....
&gt; 9:00 am....... i had a beer 12oz

Enough said. 9am beers tend ot do that sort of thing. Drink a quart of water
when you get up - then you can have 2 beers a little while after that ;)

-Tony

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