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Best Exercises For Underarm Flab
Upper body core: Focus on upper body core exercises that work the back of the arm muscles (triceps and latissimus dorsi and posterior deltoid) as well as the postural muscles (rhomboids, trapezius). ...Read more
My baby is now 1 year old and i still have armpit fat. How long does it take to reduce?. Can exercise reduce the armpit fat?
Depends: Your armpit fat may be accessory breast tissue. Are you still breast feeding? If you are, the tissue under the arm will stay enlarged along with the normal breast tissue as long as you're breast feeding. Once you stop breast feeding, the normal lactating breast tissue will decrease in size as well as the accessory tissue under the arm. Ask your ob/gyn to take a look. ...Read more
I'm a pretty skinny guy, i weight 135 lbs and i'm 5' 8" but i can't seem to get rid of armpit fat (baby fat?). I exercise a lot too! any suggestions?
Cardio Mix: If you have adipose tissue to lose (not everyone does), then consider an increase in cardio and a balanced diet. However, do not always do the same exercise or you will increase your risks for stress injuries. Mix things up with walking, running, biking, swimming, or circuit training. Ultimately you need to burn more than you consume. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's best to unclog underarm pores? I tried a very strong roll on deodorant called driclor and have been left with awful smelling dry armpits?
Depends on cause: Recurrent underarm "boils" may be related to the carriage of staph bacteria in the skin and should be treated with topical antistaph antibiotics. There are other confounding factors including diabetes, the diagnosis of hidradenitis suppurtiva etc. You should have this conditions evaluated by you dermatologist. ...Read more
What are some exercises to rid armpit, underarm, lower back and back of the shoulder fats without aggravating a neck full of bulges? Toning as well.
Underarm swollen sweat glands: what are the best means by which to prevent them & to treat them if they occur? What type of dr treats them?
Start w/ PCP: There are some different considerations here, so i'd get an eval by your primary care doc so s/he can point you in the right direction if more eval/tx needed. Sometimes this is an infectious type process, but if the "swollen sweat glands" are actually lymph nodes you'll need more eval. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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