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High Intensity Exercise
Maybe but it depends: Where's the cyst? How does it impact your function & proposed high intensity exercise? Go see your family doc for more individualized answer. ...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
Is a hour a day of high intensity exercise for 7 days a week the correct amount for a 20 year old female?
Correct??: If you enjoy it it is fine. Some actually do more, most a lot less. At 20 you are still building the body you need to keep you going and feeling good when your 90.Go for it. ...Read more
18 female if I eat 1, 600-1, 800 calories n do high intensity exercise somedays how much fat would I need to eat? 70 grams or 25-35% of daily calories?
Carbs: If you exercise as avidly as you say you need to eat more carbohydrates to give you the added energy you will burn with your exercise. Fat takes to long and to hard for the body to break down ...Read more
Combo is better: For weight loss, many will find that a combination of alternating high intensity with low intensity exercise is more helpful for stimulating weight loss. ...Read more
2 days this week after high intensity exercise I have been feeling dizzy...Just took my BP 137/98. ?
Depends: history?: Hypertension has no symptoms. "dizzy" may mean inner ear problem (vertigo) or less blood/oxygen/glucose to the brain (syncope). Diet changes, dehydration, or over-exercising can make you dizzy. Track your BP daily and look for trends. Make sure: wait 1h after smoking, coffee, or exercise. Sit for 5 minutes, support your arm on a table, use a proper size cuff positioned correctly. Work with md/rn. ...Read more
Is it ok to do high intensity exercise like durance running or kickboxing after a recent diagnosis of a hemorrhagic cyst?
Need to know more: Like how big is it? Where is it located? Is it stable? You need that information to determine risk and consequences of rupture. Until that info is available I would refrain from any contact sports or endurance activity. Mild/moderate exercise on elliptical, yoga or. Pilates would be prudent in the meantime. ...Read more
Is vigorous, high intensity exercise or prolonged, intense sexual activity safe if you're prehypertensive but otherwise healthy?
Start slowly: If you haven't been very active prior, ease yourself into exercise. High-intensity interval training can be great but also predispose you to injury if you don't have some fitness base. Otherwise, if you have no other issue, prehypertension isn't particularly concerning and exercise, including sexual activity, is good for you. Listen to your body though, and consider touching base with your doctor ...Read more
Is it unhealthy to stand all day and never sit down at all? Especially since I do High Intensity Exercise for 40 minutes a day?
Not real cool 2-: -stand in one place & not move @ all. If you mean on Ur feet all day but doing work, moving about et al, U should B fine ...Read more
When I participate in high intensity exercise my heart rate suddenly beats incredibly fast. Skips a beat or two then returns to normal.?
Best to get checked: What you are describing could be from deconditioning but it could also be related to a heart rhythm problem. It is best to get this checked out by a doctor. ...Read more
After some short term high intensity exercise, I rest flat on my back to rest. Then the leg muscles below my knee begins to hurt a lot which subside.
Exercise: There is no evidence that high intensity exercise is problematic for a person with a bicuspid aortic valve that is functioning normally. ...Read more
Is there a substantial advantage to nasal breathing and not mouth breathing during moderate/high intensity exercise? Or its better but not huge?
Breathing: While there have been some studies comparing nasal and oral breathing during exercise, most have used small sample sizes with somewhat inconclusive results. As such, breathing in a way that ensures your body is getting plenty of oxygen should be your goal - don't worry too much about the route. ...Read more
Workout 6days/wk which incl 25 mins of high intensity exercise & now eat sensible portions & lost 1stone. Developed nocturia & missed period. Why?
Rapid weight loss can contribute to menstrual irregularities. If nocturia is associated with excessive thirst you may have difficulty concentrating urine. Nocturia can also occur with sleep disorders.
I recommend you see your physician for a complete physical and further testing based on the physician's findings. ...Read more
What would happen if 9mg of betamethasone were injected by accident into a person who does hours of high intensity cardiac exercise/day?
Nothing: It depends on where it was injected. Likely, it would have absolutely no adverse effects. It is sometimes injected into joints to relieve pain. ...Read more
Predicted heart rate: During exercise, the maximum predicted heart rate for your age is calculated by subtracting your age from 220 (220 - age). At 33 years old that would be 220 - 33 = 187 beats per minute. Any heart rate up to 187 beats/minute during exercise would likely be normal. ...Read more
What could cause temporary hearing loss in my left ear and darkened vision during exercise (high intensity only)? It goes away immediately with rest.
Visual obscurations: Your description of visual losses with heavy physical exertion is consistent with what happens in cases of what used to be referred to as pseudotumor cerebri now goes by the name of (idiopathic intracranial hypertension). Hearing can also be affected if pressure inside the head suddenly goes up. Rest typically relieves the condition. You should visit a good neurologist for a diagnosis. ...Read more
Is a 30 min walk as good as a vigorous 15 min bike ride with high intensity intervals? I'd like to find the quickest and easiest form of exercise.
Either: Training is used for multiple purposes. While many exercise experts and trainers advocate high intensity short interval training with frequent variation to improve strength and endurance, walking for cardiac aerobic training often aims to push the heart rate to a certain aerobic target (65-80% of maximum predicted hr = 220-age). Depends on your goals therefore. Always try to push the envelope. ...Read more
I exercise 4 times a week (High intensity cardio), follow a strict diet and take my Eltroxin on time everyday, however I still cannot loose the weigh?
Yes: Increasing exercise intensity allows you to be more efficient and achieve same goals in less time. Some experts feel that exercise can lose it's benefits after 45 minutes. Crossfit is an example of a training program that uses brief, but high intensity workouts including a variety of functional movements. ...Read more
Can overdoing exercise and to a too high intensity cause heart problems in teenagers and young people? Does it cause problems overtime?
It is possible: Max heart rate (in normal sinus rhythm) for person is 220 - age. If you are 30yo, your max. HR is assumed (not real science) 190bpm. Never recommended to exceed max rate for signif time. Intense exercise will release leg muscle enzymes into the blood stream (CPK, etc). These substances kidney toxic. Heart Musc not strengthened by exercise, poss will become more efficient, but too much can hurt ...Read more
? What are you.,: Training for? Both are aerobic activities obviously but interval training is very helpful if you are interested in running and training for races... Unless you are talking about high intensity interval weight workout training.... I prefer aerobic workouts 5-6 days a week w/ 2or3 'weight' workouts mixed in., hope that helps! ...Read more
No: Your body needs cycles of rest vs intensity, you need to access what is the optimal time between each. The orbit of the planet doesn't determine it. ...Read more
I was wondering is a high intensity run better than a low intensity run if you want to lose more fat?
What is best for fat loss? Cardio for 30-45 minutes in low intensity or 15-20 with low and high intervals?
I want to know when it is more beneficial to take 3 grams of creatine. Before or after 30 minutes of high intensity intervals? My diet is healthy.
Might be.: You gut can only absorb about 45 grams of carbs every hour, no matter how intense your workout. So if your work out is in the 2 hours range, that should be enough. If you are working out less, then it's likely too much. What's more important is the post workout snack. You will need about 120-150 kcals within about 1 hour of finishing. This helps restore your energy stores for your next workout. ...Read more
Will using a slendertone belt on a very high intensity level have bad effects in the long run such as Hermia's?
See details: Hernias are not the issue. These belts restrict lung function and should be avoided. ...Read more