Know from the experts: Can you do exercise after getting vaccinated? Are there any disadvantages?

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Experts recommend everyone to keep their immunity better for protection from Kovid. To improve immunity, nutritious food, good sleep, and daily exercise are considered very important. To provide protection against corona, the government has also intensified the vaccination campaign across the country. However, there are various types of questions in the minds of people regarding vaccination. One such question is whether exercise can be done after vaccination. If yes, after how many days and at what level? Let us know about this from the experts.


Fitness experts say that regular exercise and physical activity are very important to keep the body healthy. With this help, the immune response of the body can also be improved to a great extent. But is it appropriate to exercise after vaccination? This question is also considered important because most people are having problems like fever and weakness as side-effects after taking the vaccine.



What is the opinion of experts?

In a conversation with Dr. Gaurav Kamra says that exercising daily is extremely important for everyone. But you should be cautious when it comes to exercising after vaccination. The way the body needs rest even after recovering from the Kovid is the same as the vaccine. People should avoid any kind of intense exercise for one or two days after getting vaccinated.

People are complaining of mild side-effects due to getting vaccinated, some people also feel weakness, so you should take complete rest on the day of vaccination. After a couple of days of talks can start exercising again. After vaccination, you can definitely do breathing exercises.

Vaccine Side-Effects

Oncologist Ajit Singh Oberoi says that after getting vaccinated, people are experiencing problems like fever, nausea, headache, body aches, chills, diarrhea, and fatigue. Experts say that it should not panic, it is normal to happen after vaccination because when something external enters the body, it is natural to react against it.

Note: This article has been prepared based on an interaction with Dr. Gaurav Kamra.

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