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Spot fat loss does : Not occur naturally. By losing weight in general a certain amt will be abdominal fat. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories consumed. To tighten ab's do crunches, reverse crunches, exercise ball crunches, pelvic thrusts, lying leg raises, side bridge ; “bicycling” exercise on your back. Get regular aerobic exercise. Dancing is a great idea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Aerobic exercise in the form of dancing will increase caloric burn an excellent and fun way to exercise. Do not allow the scale to be the only measure of success. Aerobic exercise is good for the heart and circulation. Good for over all muscle tone. Good for the lungs. Additionally common positive effect on our frame of mind. ...Read more
Maybe/Heart Death: Exercise helps the heart even if you do not lose weight. If you really have fun with it, go for it, since it is hard for some to find fun exercise. If you have weight resistant to exercise and careful eating, other issues may be present--low free t3, (liothyronine) low dht, c4a ria/mmp-9/c-peptide and many others may show systemic inflammation is high. With this weight loss is hard. Try to avoid eating late.. ...Read more
Knees Hurt for about 3 weeks. Could it be from the hoverboard or belly dancing? They hurt when walking but not when sitting. Standing hurt
Are these: new activities?? It is likely that both these actvities involve stretching the ligaments on the SIDES of your knees which will HURT!! IT IS LATERAL which aggravates these ligaments! Hope this helps BTW In my opinion its the HOVERBOARD which is the "culprit"! Z ...Read more
Pain occurring on left side of stomach while dancing and running,acidity and frequent food refluxing.What these symptoms suggest and how to cure?
Acid Teflux: It sounds like you may have a problem with Acid peptic disease and Reflux . Meaning that the content of your stomach is backing up into the esophagus causing burning sensation and pain . It is best to avoid eating heaving before physical activity . Avoid fatty meals . Take Xantac or Omeprazole 30 min before you eat . Avoid anti Inflame drugs such as Aleve (naproxen) or Motrin which can cause ulcers & bleedi ...Read more
Hi I have Flu B. Havent eaten to much in a few days, Staying moderatly hydrated. My stomach is like fluttering and dancing and Idk if its my heart or?
Influenza: It is still the 'flu' season (up until April 30th according to the CDC). There can be gastric effects of the flu - nausea and vomiting although more common in children than adults. Flu CAN affect the heart - particularly if you have underlying medical conditions and/or are an older person. With your dehydrated condition, you probably should see a doc to get all of that checked out. Check potassium ...Read more
So like I have said before I am a dancer and when i'm not dancing, and just sitting in class my knee hurts why is this and how can I treat it?
Patellofemoral pain: Anterior knee pain syndrome may be the result of various internal or external problems. Common causes are overuse, weak and inflexible quadriceps and hamstring muscles, a sudden change in intensity of your exercise regime, being overweight and flat feet. This can also be called patellofemoral pain syndrome or runners knee. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have back pain but I have joined dance classes as I love dancing. Is it gonna increase my back pain problem?
I use ciprofloxacin 500 mg now. I would like to attend aerobic dancing class. Is it ok for me to attend the class or do sport?
Should be ok: Prolonged courses of fluoroquinolones can be associated with tendinitis but we do not generally restrict activities during use. ...Read more
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