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You might want to cut the length and intensity of your workout. Because researchers found the stress of prolonged vigorous exercise can impair gut function. It’s called exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome. And people who spent at least 2 continuous hours at 60% of their maximum intensity, slowed digestion and nutrient absorption, and even triggered endotoxemia, which can cause shock, hemorrhaging, and kidney damage.
So, if you get indigestion after strenuous exercise, you might want to dial back the length and intensity of your workout.