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Gud evening sir .. Sir I have pain at backbone .I m a sports man...My event is archery standing game...
Exercise including: Core conditioning program with gentle strecthing, cadio routines & exercises emphasizing core strengthening in additon to keeping a lean body mass & avoiding fatigue. Habits such as smoking have significant negative impact on the spine. Also avoid prolonged positions like standing-take breaks if needed. Back support & otc meds may help if no contraindications. ...Read more
Took up archery taking respiridone+duloxitine finding it hard to do a full round with concentration and muscle aches is this disability issue?
After 1 hr of archery,no gloves for first 10 mins, tip of middle finger numb/tingly for 4 weeks so far, Currently prickly pinchy. Should this resolve?
Which hand effected: If worried, physiatrist or neurologist should be consulted. Without a diagnosis, prognosis is only a blind guess. ...Read more
The fact that you: are asking the question would lead me to believe that you were concerned about it. People who routinely but things they do not need, or do not have room for, have a form of obsessive-compulsive disorder, which some consider an "addiction," and others (including me) do not. The treatment is that of the underlying OCD. See a mental health professional for evaluation and help. ...Read more
Shop the perimeter: I always tell my patients to shop the perimeter of the store. Spend most of your time in the produce section picking out fruits and veggies to fill 1/2 of your plate. Then head to the meat/dairy to fill 1/4 of your plate with lean protein. The last 1/4 of your plate should be filled with a healthy carb, ie brown rice or whole grain bread. The more natural and unprocessed the food the better. ...Read more
Child behavior: Depending on age, involving the child in the desired activity is the best thing. Have them help in making the shopping list, picking item off shelf, place in cart, etc... ...Read more
Compulsive shopping: It sounds like you recognize your shopping patterns are out of control. Shopping addiction (aka compulsive spending), is a true problem -- and currently would fall under impulse control disorders in dsm v. People make jokes about "retail therapy, " but this can become very serious. Psychotherapy that works through inner anxieties and associated shame is needed. http://tinyurl.com/lrxz7pz. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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