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Is It Harder To Gain The Muscle Back After Losing It
I don't thinks so: There is something called muscle memory. Muscles that were once highly trained tend to respond to re-training than muscles that have never been exposed to training. It may feel harder because it is hard to focus on where your performance is currently without applying the context of your prior abilities. Meaning, it is frustrating to get back into the routine. ...Read more
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
Depends: Muscles atrophy for different reasons. If the atrophy is from say being in a cast for 3 months, the muscles should come back fine with exercise and just routine daily activities like walking if it is a leg muscle. If the muscle has atrophied because of a nerve injury or an injury to the brain or spinal cord, the recovery of this muscle is much more sketchy; it may not recover. ...Read more
Want to get thinner but then have a toner body, is it bad to gain muscle before losing weight, will it make it harder to lose weight?
What to do if I have tried so hard to lose weight instead i gain muscle mass, is there a way to lose weight without gaining muscle mass?
Increase muscle good: Typically, we will start to gain a little weight when starting an exercise program as we gain muscle mass, and then lose fat later. Increased muscle mass will increase metabolism and help lose weight in the long run. If you are concerned about becoming too much like a body builder, stick to endurance exercises to help tone muscles and lose weight. Best of luck! ...Read more
Rapid weight gain around stomach, back, and neck. Purple/reddish rash outbreak on arm. Losing muscle mass. Erectile dysfunction.What could these sympt
Many possibilities: This is much too complex for an online reply. Many possibilities and maybe more than one problem. Cushing's disease (excess cortisone production). Treatment with steroids, e.g. prednisone. Side effects of other drugs, e.g. antiretroviral drugs if you have HIV. Underactive thyroid gland. Others. Presumably you're seeing a doctor; keep working with her. Maybe endocrinology consultation. Good luck! ...Read more
Strange bloodshot eyes for weeks, losing weight, dizziness, fatigue, sore back muscles, hard to exhale completely. Can this be from untreated asthma?
I heard masterbation in teens make it harder to gain muscle, is this true along with any other possible problems?
Not clear: I am not certain what you are asking. Corticosteroids can cause muscle weakness what we call steroid myopathy. Some people use Anabolic steroids to build up their muscles but this is not an fda indication and which may lead to side effects especially over the long term.Caution - this is in the caution range. Not advised. ...Read more
Can you tell me how much weight/muscle gain do you lose after stopping a prolonged use of steroids?
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