Our expert says:
Because when we exercise, we send blood to different areas of the body as it is needed there. The result is that our extremities swell up a little. It's not serious at all, it's just a consequence of sending blood to the muscle, and then seeing it return there after exercise. You have all kinds of shifts in fluid from one area to the next during running, aimed at improving your ability to exercise, and the extremities swell as a result.
It takes a few hours after and things get back to normal!
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