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In fact, a ride might be just what the doctor—specifically, sports medicine expert Dr. Michael Ross—ordered. To head out the door without feeling completely awful, follow these tips. Think meals like oatmeal with a bit of maple syrup and berries, suggests Ross.
To combat this, he suggests keeping your pace easy but your cadence highwhich flushes the lactic acid out of your legs. After a few minutes, you should start to feel more like your old self. Skip Your Intervals One thing you should skip: intervals. Your body is already working hard to recoverand you could compromise your immune system even more by Down The Drain - Silverhawk - Hangover Bicycle Ride yourself through those VO2 max intervals.
Hydrate Smart Speaking of hydration, starting the day with plenty of water and electrolytes can work wonders to get you back to status quo. But before you head out the door, start your ride with a full water bottle or two. Take a normal dose, but give it time to go into effect before you head out the door. And hydrate plenty—if you skip water while riding on painkillers, you run the risk of You Can Depend On Me - The Platters - Vol.
2 your kidneys. For stomach troubletaking antacids is also fine, Ross adds. But he stresses that using painkillers before rides should never become habit: Overuse can impair kidney function, and it can also hide the ache from other recurring issues, eventually exacerbating them.
The fresh air and sunshine can snap you back to being a normal, pleasant human being. Wear Sunglasses A hangover can make direct sunlight feel like your skull is burning, so take Down The Drain - Silverhawk - Hangover Bicycle Ride ride as a chance to rock a stylish cycling cap and the darkest lenses you have.
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