Doctor insights on:
Can Someone Play Football With Wpw
Not impossible: Wpw can be associated with a risk of sudden death in some patients so a blanket answer is inappropriate. For an individual with WPW an evaluation by a cardiologist or electrophysiologic cardiologist may indicate either high or lower risk. An ablation procedure to remove the WPW may minimize the risk of sport if there is a great drive to participate. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lots of things 2 try: The challenge of sports, competitions, and even dangerous encounters involves trying to stay in the "zone". A certain amount of increased focus, heartrate and adaptive anxiety are good - but too much interferes and tunnel vision, over-reaction, tremors, and reduced fine motor coordination interfere. Stress training, relaxation techniques, learning meditiation techniques, yoga, visualization. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I play football one day a week from 11 am to 3 pm after playing i notice a slight darkness of my skin not burnt does it a long term effect ?
Skin changes: Activities that you do in the mid-day sun will have a temporary effect of darkening the pigment in your skin, and if significant enough exposure over time can increase the risk of sun damage to the skin. Make sure you wear sunblock to reduce the effects of uv rays on your skin. ...Read more
I'm a 26-year-old man, 176cm and 64kg. I wish to gain weight but i find it not effective by eating more. I play football once a week.What can I do?
If healthy, protein: If you are feeling well, and ideally have been evaluated by a physician recently to be sure you do not have a metabolic condition (such as thyroid disease or diabetes) and are not taking stimulant medications, then adding a protein supplement to your regular diet--without reducing your usual intake--can help. This can be as a snack bar, meal-replacement bar, or powder you add to drinks. ...Read more
Yes: Assuming the metatarsal has healed by x-ray and you have no pain with walking, your activities may increase. Monitor yourself for pain as you slowly increase your activities. Remember that with disuse your bones and muscles have weakened. It is important to give them a chance to get use to increased activities; just like starting a workout program. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I play football and sometimes i get hit in the head and i end up seeing upside down for like 10 seconds. Is this bad?
Well, i fell over on my ankle a few weeks ago , and it healed up (so i thought) but i just went outside to play football and now its hurting again. Did i reinjure it?
Avoid cutting sports: Avoid cutting sports after an ankle sprain until all tenderness to palpation by you or a healthcare provider is noted. The injured/torn ligaments can take upwards of 4-6 weeks to heal sufficiently to allow for safe return to athletic activities that require rapid changes of direction (cutting), accelerating and decelerating. You likely did reinjure your ankle. Seek re-evaluation by your physician. ...Read more
Why am i not getting ripped I do pushups pullups 5 days alternatively , play football but still don't have the results, diet is also good.
Diet and exercise: You must have your body fay content drop to around 5% of your total body weight to get "ripped". The average un-ripped person carries 10-20 % body fat so 5-15% of your current weight is the fluff you need to lose. Good workouts are fine to build muscle mass and strength, but it requires great dietary control to achieve this look. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Can you play football with a torn acl if you use a brace and are careful?
- Can i play football with pneumonia?
- Can i play football with a finger sprain?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Can someone fly with wpw?
- Can you play football with a herniated lumbar disc that has been repaired?
- Can athletes contineue to play football with head pain and swelling?
- Can you play football with a torn meniscus?
- Talk to a sports medicine specialist online for free