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How to Tell If You Are Obsessing Over Exercise

Exercise obsession is common and is an addiction to keep yourself fit and maintain a particular body image. Exercising releases chemicals in your body that can give you pleasure and

6 months ago

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Exercise obsession is common and is an addiction to keep yourself fit and maintain a particular body image. Exercising releases chemicals in your body that can give you pleasure and feelings of fulfillment. However, sometimes it can go beyond the limits which can be super dangerous and has similar effects as that of drug addicts.

Ways to Tell if You Are Addicted to Exercise

Here are some things that can help you know if you are obsessed or addicted to exercising.

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1. Spending More and More Time on Exercising

If you spend more than half of your day at the gym, you are definitely addicted to it. Giving anything time that is more than usual is wrong, and you must look into it.

2. Reduced Socializing

Are you changing your plans so that you can work out or are not going out partying but instead working out? Well, it is not a good sign if you are cancelling your plans with friends are missing family events just so you can work out. It only means that you are over-doing it and need to think over it.

3. Exercising After Meals to Burn Calories

The clear sign of being addicted to exercise is that you train intensively after meals to burn off the calories. If you cut off more food intake than needed or worry a lot before eating anything, you need to stop and work on this.

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4. Not Skipping Work Outs When Not in Good Condition

When someone is not okay or sick, tired or even injured, and is still not missing workouts, this is nothing but obsession.

If you are doing this, you are pushing your body beyond its limits which is unhealthy. These are the signs that you must consider and work on until it gets too late.

Soha Asif

Published 6 months ago