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Collapsed Stomach Muscles
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It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Last year new year day I was sunddenly nervous, shortness of breathing and muscle collapse. I am a professional bodybuilder at that time I was so stres?
What's the Question?: Don't know what you are asking but there are a number of issues common to professional body builders. Of course strains and sprains are common, but many body builders take substances to enhance their muscles and this can result in problems. There are other major issues to address. I hope you see your doctor regularly and you are totally open about diet and 'supplements.'. ...Read more
I am in and out of hospital with server abdominal pain. I'm 23 and don't have periods. In the last 4 years I collapse a lot. Any ideas why?
Need more info: It is hard to offer any advice without knowing what symptoms you've had and what testing has been done and the results. Feel free to contact us with a consult so we can try to help further. Good luck! ...Read more
What muscle or muscles keep the lower portion of your nose firm? After the bone stops? Will facial paralysis cause complete collapse eventually?
Why do my hands arms & legs go numb, then collapse loose facial muscle, feel very sleepy but am awake and can talk. All test say I am fine.
Cannot diagnose: Have no idea what tests were performed, and in order for you to receive any decent advice the doctor (try a neurologist) will need a full detailed history, your prior medical records and a physical exam. They could then determine whether imaging studies or other tests are needed. Good luck with this. ...Read more
What foods can strengthen muscles as I can't exercise I have divericulation of abdomen recti and slight herniation. Dr.S?
See a surgeon!: A diastasis of the rectus muscles (no such thing as a diverticulation of abdomen recti) should not Prohibit you from exercising! A hernia may but that can be fixed. Go see a general surgeon about your hernia. It can be fixed, and then 6 weeks later, you can get back to full physical activity! ...Read more
History and physical: Generally a pulled muscle will have an associated incident, such as an impact injury, fall, etc. A pulled muscle should have localized and superficial pain, whereas intra-abdominal pathology generally will be deeper and may be more diffuse/vague. Do see a physician if symptoms persist. ...Read more
More muscle less fat: Even the most toned abdominal muscles will not reveal the abdomen you want if they are buried under a beer gut. Decreasing body fat is a key component of 'washboard' abs. That said, anything that strengthens your core (sit ups, crunches, leg lifts, torsion, etc) all play a role in building those muscles. ...Read more
Excess stom acidity:
Why do my stomach muscles hurt so bad?
Most likely cause is the excess acid release in the stomach. Acid is normally released but in some people a larger than normal amount of it starts to affect the lining of the stomach, causing severe pain in the area above the belly button.
Meds to reduce the acid amount is helpful. ...Read more
Lose weight.: For flatter abdomen eat healthy & get physically active. Calories burned > calories consumed. To tighten ab's: crunches, reverse crunches, exercise ball crunches, pelvic thrusts, lying leg raises, side bridge & “bicycling” exercise on back. Engage in regular aerobic exercise (i.e. running, swimming, Nordic track, bicycling, kickboxing, walking, cross country skiing, hiking, etc.) ...Read more
Exercise: Exercise the previous day would do it. ...Read more
It shouldn't...: That's a leisurely pace and you shouldn't be stressing your torn abdominal muscles too severely. The only thing that might make it more difficult is walking up or down an incline. And you could always try to do one mile first... ...Read more
Do I need to put a baby on his stomach to develop muscles, or if I leave him on his back he will figure it out anyway?
At the right age.: Tummy time is good for babies, but it should be at the right age. Should discuss with baby's pediatriacian. ...Read more
I have knots I can FEEL at bottom of my stomach. When I press on my stomach I can feel it. Is it knots in my muscle or something else?
Exam needed: A doctor has to examine you. It is not possible to say what it is by your description. Good luck. ...Read more
Ok my stomach muscles and side back muscles stay tenses 24/7 and I have wheigh loss 190 to 142 in 6 months could it all be from the muscles?
See a doctor: No, you cannot lose that much weight unintentionally in such a short time just because of muscle tension. You need to go see a doctor to figure out what is causing your weight loss and the other symptoms. Don't delay. ...Read more
Improper form: When doing ab exercises you must contract (hold in) your stomach very tight. Otherwise, you are building muscle outword. Also, you have to diet and do lots of cardio to eliminate belly fat or the increased size of your abdominal muscles will push the fat outwards. Also, you have to vary the exercises you do as your body quickly adapts. Diet is also very important. Avoid carbs, protein is your friend. ...Read more
Bowel: Your bowel may be tightening causing what appears to be stomach muscles contracting. I would still take a pregnancy test to make sure you’re not pregnant and also remember when you had your last period to make sure you are not currently very far along and really having contractions. Some women do not realize they are pregnant until they go into labor. ...Read more
Not always: This can qualify for std if the impairment is causing a discernible disability which precludes you from engaging in your ordinary work related activities. ...Read more
Abs: I don't think that there is 1 best type of exercise to work on the abdomen. Also what is your goal w your abs? To tighten your abdominal muscles consider doing crunches, reverse crunches, exercise ball crunches, pelvic thrusts, lying leg raises, side bridge & “bicycling” exercise on your back. Insure that you are engaging in regular aerobic exercise. A trainer at a gym can show you lots more. ...Read more
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