Subject: What causes lung, stomach, and side cramps during strenuous exercise?
Date: Thu Jan 29 19:50:00 1998
Posted by Mike Benchich
Grade level: undergrad
School: Vanderbilt University
City: Nashville State/Province: TN
Area of science: Anatomy
I am a competative swimmer and runner. All to frequently, I
experience side cramps, stomach cramps, or lung cramps. It always
happens during a very strenuous part of a workout. I have heard that
it is because of lack of oxygen or too much CO2 in your system or
something to do with Lactic Acid build-up. Please explain this to me.
Re: What causes lung, stomach, and side cramps during strenuous exercise?
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