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Exercises For People Who Are Uncoordinated
Asthma: Be sure that that you use your maintenance inhaler as directed. A well balanced diet is good for any person. Avoidance of things you are allergic too is also of prime importance. Taking adequate vitamin d3 ( 1000 units per day) has been found to maintain wheeze-free states. If your asthma is well-controlled, any kind of aerobic exercise will be helpful. Sports that involve running is preferable. ...Read more
Heel cord stretching: Many people with flat feet have tight heel cords. The tight heel cord may make the flat foot worse and create a vicious cycle. Ankle strengthening may help some, focus on the posterior tibial tendon. None of these things will change the flat foot an create an arch, but they may help with pain and prevent it from getting worse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sitting exercises: Traditional yoga encourages positive physical and mental health, according to the national center on physical activity and disability (ncpad). Hatha yoga, the most popular yoga form in western cultures, emphasizes physical poses called asanas that stretch, tone and strengthen muscles, along with focused breathing that can help alleviate anxiety, stress and depression. This can be done sitting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Deconditioned by long hours online x 1yr so started supervised program for people in good shape but older. Should I do exercises that cause me pain?
No, qualified: When you are deconditioned it is wise to do short frequent exercises that are not too taxing and work towards longer sessions. If you are getting pain you could be tearing tendons or muscles. Heat, magnesium oil, and gentle stretching might help. Be sure to stay well hydrated. Dehydration can increase muscle pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sitting exercises: Traditional yoga encourages positive physical and mental health, according to the national center on physical activity and disability (ncpad). Hatha yoga, the most popular yoga form in western cultures, emphasizes physical poses called asanas that stretch, tone and strengthen muscles, along with focused breathing that can help alleviate anxiety, stress and depression. This can be done sitting. ...Read more
Low impact: Aquatics, body weight, or resistance bands/ tubing biking, and/or elliptical. Aquatics allow you to perform body weight exercises, but being in water actually reduces the stress on your body due to buoyancy. Once you are able to perform body weight activities then look to add light resistance w/ bands/ tubing. ...Read more
CALFhttp://eastpennf: Stretching for plantar fasciitis is focused on stretching the fascial band along the bottom of the foot and the achilles tendon in the back of the heel. Rolling your foot along a tennis ball, using a towel to stretch out the achilles tendon, and static calf stretches against a wall are all great stretches for you condition. Go to www.Heelpainow.Com or eastpennfoot.Com/heelpaincenter for info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For teenage diabetic people, what kind of exercises they can perform, i mean in gym like how much weights they can lift.....
Sky is the limit: Having diabetes should not limit what you can do. There are many professional athletes who have type 1 diabetes. Your ability to work out in the gym should be no different than anyone else. The only precaution is to make sure your sugar does not become too low while exercising. Having a snack beforehand can be helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Any: Pretty much any - except for high impact sports maybe. Jogging may be less ideal due to the repetitive pressure on the disc. Golfing may be less ideal due to the rotational acceleration putting additional stress on the disc. Isometric back strengthening is best, it provides more muscle power which will keep the biomechanical forces off the discs. (rowing, bicycling, swimming, yoga). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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