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Bicep Feel Tired
I've gained a lot of weight. Almost all of it has been in my back under my shoulder blades. And my biceps have been tired. What can this be?
Can I do hip and groin exercise daily ? Because i'm thinking since hip and groin are less to be tired after workout then biceps and etc.
Yes: Your muscles and joints all work differently and can handle different levels of activity. As you don't walk on your arms, lifting weights may cause soreness more quickly than lower extremity strengthening. They are designed for daily use--so use them ! walk / run / stretch / exercise / strengthen ! ...Read more
I have been suffering from fatigue in my shoulders and chest for three months...It started bit a bicep strain, now thats gone but not the fatigue?
I've noticed a fine constant movement in on my right lower bicep. Doc said it was fine but i notice when I use the arm it gets tired fast. Is it als?
Not easy: I assume that you are trying to increase the size of your biceps muscle. This is increasingly more difficult as we age, but the general principles are the same. You must be in positive protein balance. Heavy wts and low reps, don't ignore other arm muscles. Vary workout types. Allow time for muscle healing between workouts, at least 3-5 days. ...Read more
Slimmer biceps. : You must do two things to get slimmer biceps. First, you must work the biceps muscles for shape and tone, which means high reps per set (15 to 20 reps to muscle exhaustion). Second, you must do cardiovascular exercise to thin out the layers of fat and overlying the biceps muscles (and your muscles in general). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A few options: Generally, strengthening the surrounding rotator cuff muscles can help. NSAIDs like ibuprofen, aleve, (naproxen) etc can be useful. Other times cortisone/steroid injections can be used, however be careful to not have more than one injection as the likelihood of rupture of tendon can go up. You may want to consider PRP or stem cell injections as options for healing, though are not covered by insurance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Overall health: Fatigue is a very common symptom associated with so many things: not getting enough sleep, stress, illness, depression, etc. Please discuss with your doctor so that health issues can be ruled out. Otherwise, eating healthy, getting enough sleep, and being fit (exercise) are the keys to avoiding fatigue. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Gallbladder stone remains the most common condition related with its inflammation / infection. Itself if asymptomatic may not be a serious health issue, but its common underlying conditions such as metabolic syndromes with obesity, DM, hypertension, poor circulation, etc. with multiple drug use / inactivity are the real problem affecting the patients' general well-being and vitality. So, see Doc.. ...Read more
Curls: The most common exercise would be a bicep curl. This can be done with various equipment to add resistance. You may use dumbells, bar weight, cables/ resistance bands. You may wish to look at http://www.Bodybuilding.Com/exercises/finder/lookup/filter/muscle/id/15/m. ...Read more
Depends on type & : Severity of injury as well as location. For most strains, healing takes 6 to 8 weeks. For tendon injuries like ruptures treatment depends on your age, hand dominance, occupation and underlying health. These could require surgery. ...Read more
Confused: I'm confused by your question. If you have a headache and cold you may well also feel tired, though you may not feel tired. Feeling tired can have hundreds of causes, from lack of sleep to anemia, nutrient deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, toxin exposures, allergies and acute and chronic infections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer