Gaia Posted January 30, 2009 Share Posted January 30, 2009 http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/edema/DS01035/DSECTION=causes check this out. Follow the prompts at the bottom to figure out what may be going on with you. This is a symptom, then I would be worried about what the cause of it is. Catch it now while it is just your hands during exercise (which will take a small thing and tweak it into some kind of overstated reaction) till it gets to be too much. For example, you may have a slight increase in your blood pressure, but if you don't do something about it now, it may be hypertension by next year. Then again, I may be overacting. I wear straps and my hands get puffy while I am using them for the heavy weights, but it clears up after I walk around and prepare for the next lift. If you need to dip in hot water and then cold water to get the circulation going in your hands, then what about the rest of your body that you just worked? Is that why you are so sore and tired later on? Recovery is not optimal then either. Oh, OK, I will be quiet now. Your body is screaming at you and you are not listening to it either. Gain now, pay later I guess. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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