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    Why am I yawning

    On many of my workouts I get about 1/2 way through about 1 hour I start yawning, my workouts are typically intense and I feel I’m doing proper carb protein load prior?

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    You yawn because you lack oxygen in your brain.

    you get any blood tests done lately? Youíre either exhausted and need a rest day or you arenít getting enough oxygen carried through your blood

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    You might just need more (better) sleep. I always go back to the basics. For me adding a CPAP machine so I can breathe at night has made a world of difference.

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    Lack of sleep causes lack of oxygen. You may not feel tired but your body can still be deprived.

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    Go get a sleep study - you might need a CPAP ~

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    I guess itís a simple as that I donít know why I was thinking some underlying other reason

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    Yeah definitely oxygen. I always have to yawn while lifting, especially a minute or so after really intense sets. I just can't breathe in enough oxygen to meet demand. It's better than it used to be before I got my CPAP, but I still do it. Always have, even in my mid 20's before my neck was almost 19"

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    I would yawn so damn much during training. I was absolutely exhausted. Started to get better sleep and it went away

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    Quote Originally Posted by drealdeal View Post
    I would yawn so damn much during training. I was absolutely exhausted. Started to get better sleep and it went away
    Yeah my CPAP has made a huge difference in that. Still yawn while I'm training though

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