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Cardiovascular Exercise Hydrate Yoga
Does yoga done with mainly lying or sitting postures have any benefits on the cardiovascular system?
Not proven: Not any more than regular exercise.Get a more detailed answer ›
Vomiting. Been doing aerobics since retirement a yr ago. Added gentle yoga. Vomiting after easy exertion becoming habitual. Eat well, hydrate, fiber?
Diagnosis First: Vomiting calls for stomach evaluation. Your GI doctor will likely recommend upper endoscopy first, to rule out common stomach problems, and possibly abdominal MRI to look at your pancreas. However, do keep in mind that sometimes vomiting could be a sign of an elevated intracranial pressure. If there is nothing wrong with the stomach, you may need to see a neurologist. ...Read more
Unfortunately not: If one is in good health without hormonal imbalances (such as thyroid problems), hair will grow as much as nature allows. A person should be healthy and happy, not all stressed out. It may be one's destiny to have slower growing hairs as compared to one's friends (but that would be considered normal). ...Read more
Aerobics: Do marathon runners look like arnold schwartenegger? ...Read more
Exercise: Good question. Regular exercise makes the body able to perform work with more metabolic efficiency. This means the effects of stressful conditions will be decreased. ...Read more
What?: No such thing. There is no "nose" exercise. That's the first time I've ever heard of such a thing. ...Read more
Is it true that there were certain positions in yoga exercise that you're not allow to do when you have scoliosis?
Having pain in outter left hip since finishing first 5k in sept. Have cont to exercise with not much change have done yoga and stretching and rest?
When monitoring an individual in cardiovascular exercise: how would you estimate the individual is exercising moderately but without taking?
Talk test: An easy way to make sure one is approximately in the target heart range (i.e.- moderate to brisk exercise) is to do the talk test: if one can sing then they are not exerting hard enough, and if one cannot carry a conversation then one is exerting too hard. ...Read more
How long will it be before I can return to my normal exercise routine after a butt lift? I like to stay pretty active; I normally run several miles a week and do yoga every day. For how long will I need to avoid exercise following my butt lift procedure?
Many excellent plastic surgeons host public lectures answering questions like these. Alternatively, a phone call with this question to a plastic surgeon you're considering is entirely appropriate. No need to be hesitant!
in general, though, a 6 week break from vigorous exercise following an implant is suggested by many plastic surgeons. ...Read more
CV exercise.: Cardiovascular exercise, otherwise known as "cardio" or "aerobics", is exercise which conditions the heart and vascular system to work more efficiently in the long term. It also represents calorie-burning exercise. Examples include jogging, swimming, cycling, spin classes, walking and hiking. ...Read more
Tai chi.............: This is a good replacement with emphasis on balance, flexibility and muscle tone! ...Read more
Is this a riddle?: Or is it: are people stocky because they're bad at cardiovascular exercise? ...Read more
Yoga is good: What are your goals? If you are worried about your bone density, then would focus on weight bearing exercise. Yoga is a good exercise in general and definitely activates the muscles as well so would be good for you. Would also consider adding in some light weighttraining as well. ...Read more
Exercise: Exercise causes increased efficiency of body systems to facilitate higher levels of performance. ...Read more
Exercise: The first response to exercise is to increase heart rate and then blood pressure. This is the followed by several physiologic responses such as shunting blood to the muscles and the use of both Amino Acids from proteins and fats for production of energy. There are other long term changes that take place also. ...Read more
Yed: I don't think you must have any problems ...Read more
Take a Break:
Agree with dr. E and dr. G about walking and stretching. Prevent computer/tech stiffness by varying your activities every 20-30 minutes. Don't be glued to the screen. Easy stretches to do at your desk can be found at:
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good luck. Be well. ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more