Our expert says:
My first thought is that it's a blood pressure thing, that your blood pressure is very low when you stop exercise. The other option is blood sugar.
You might try, next time you train, drinking something like Powerade or Energade DURING training, and see if it changes anything.
If it does, then the problem was blood sugar. If it doesn't, then the more likely solution is blood pressure, but that's not guaranteed. If the problem persists, then I'd see a doctor about it, and maybe look at tests to see the problem.
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