The best time to exercise after receiving the Corona vaccine

 The best time to exercise after receiving the Corona vaccine

Regular exercise, along with good nutrition, sleep and reduced stress, helps maintain a healthy immune system after receiving the coronavirus vaccine.

A study by UCSD sports medicine specialists, Samuel Galloway, MD, confirms that a regular exercise routine should be maintained before and after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

The study warned against excessive exercise before or immediately after receiving the Corona vaccine so that your body does not deplete the nutrients over time, thus weakening your immune system and exposing the same person to a greater risk of disease.

Practicing a normal life after vaccination

On the other hand, there is no evidence that exercising too soon before or after vaccination against the Corona virus reduces its effect in any way.

 If you're feeling tired or have body aches or chills, you won't feel like exercising and it's okay to take a couple of days off from exercising to let your body rest after the vaccination.

It may be pointless to attempt intense exercise if you feel tired after the vaccination, and it would be best to take a light walk or let your body recover for an extra day.

 Vaccine side effects:

 If you suffer from side effects after receiving the vaccination, such as arm pain or feeling tired, you should consult your doctor before returning to exercise again.

How to exercise and protect from corona

In the end, is it possible to exercise safely under Corona

Dr. Magdy Badran, a member of the Egyptian Society of Allergy and Immunology, stressed that you must exercise alone, using masks and social distancing, to reduce the potential risks of exposure to others. Because it remains unclear whether fully vaccinated people can carry and transmit COVID-19.

In the end, some studies that are being conducted at the present time indicated about the duration of the risk of infection with corona again after receiving the vaccination to confirm that you are considered “fully immunized” two weeks after completing the series of vaccinations (two injections from Pfizer and Moderna, one injection for Johnson & Johnson)).


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