Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Accordinly Done, Mar 27, 2005.
I think I have the worst sunburn of my life. No lifting for a couple days
second that. --^
Unless your skin isn't covered with big blisters (2nd degree burn I think), it's not a real sunburn.
I have blisters on my traps.
sure you do....take pics or don't be such a girl
good padding for squats...
I shave my head, and I've burned my head hardcore a couple of times. I'm talking total blister coverage on the top of my head. the next day, I woke up and had dried puss all over my head and pillow. My head would puss for like 3 days straight. I couldn't get it to stop.
That's quite disguisting.
damn. just damn. thats very gross.
I have training tommorow. I don't know how I am gonna do it. airpack isn't gonna feel too good on sunburnt shoulders.
the comments of people who live up north don't even know what the sun is.. a bad burn, if you're not used to it can be intolerable.
Try to put aloe on it 3-4 times a day, should feel much better the next day
i used to live in FL bitches
and you weren't lifting weights in this time in FL were you? I've worked, surfed, lived in the sun for 12+ years and still can't get used to it. When a sunburn is bad, there really isn't shit you can do about it.. especially when it's at the point of blistering
I passed out prone for about 45 minutes then my friends decided to wake me up. Had a blast though.
that's not puss, silly. It's plasma.
Unless your blisters had a raging infection
I grow aloe at home because I burn so easily. It takes a lot of the pain, heat and red out.
Solarcaine is godly and to the guy with a leaky head can I say skin poisoning.
You probably just increased your chances of getting cancer.
My worse sunburn was gotten when I went to sleep a Puerto Rico beach. My whole body was burnt. I was hallucinating for 3 days. I had to lay completely naked on the bed without moving. That was torture.
In Arizona you can get a sun burn in 15 minutes. Florida is not the sunshine state - AZ is. It's sunny here about 355 days a year, temps up to 125. You carry water and sunscreen wherever you go. Shades are mandatory (think snow blindness).
Next time wear a cap or a hat - you don't want to get cancer.
its not a bad sunburn until your eyes swell shut
My eyelids are burnt.
dude you were hallucinating?
That's quite common. It comes with the fever. I burned my back pretty hefty when I was 15 or so. I had a 39-40 °C fever for like 2 days.
Oh, and a quick word of advice:
DO NOT PUT ANYTHING ON YOUR SUNBURN THAT CONTAINS ALCOHOL!
mine were stuck shut it was a reaction from medication + sun though