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Lactic Acid And Fibromyalgia
No.: See the previous answer. If you have problems with blood flow in the lower extremities there are many other things to consider, but Mg supplementation is not going to do anything. On the other hand it won't hurt. Try it and see what you think. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. Give them a try. But only take them after you have several bites of food eaten, else the hcl may release against your stomach and cause you discomfort. ...Read more
Can vitamin b12 with b complex and vitamin d3 and omega 3 supplements make acid reflux worse if somebody is already experiencing acid reflux.
Unlikely: These nutrients are not known to aggravate reflux, though it is wise to take them with food. For good approaches to preventing and treating reflux see http://tinyurl.com/p88fxjm and https://www.secondopinionnewsletter.com/Health-Alert-Archive/View-Archive/12220/100-relief-for-chronic-heartburn-without-a-drug.htm ...Read more
Other way around: Lactic acid build up can cause a low ph in the blood. Lactic acid builds up when you switch to anaerobic metabolism when your muscles (usually) run out of fuel. It typically causes burning in your muscles. Staying well fueled during prolonged exercise can help prevent Lactic Acid build up. ...Read more
Increased blood flow: Lactic acid levels rise when blood flow is decreased, as in shock. Increasing blood flow with fluids and drugs will restore normal metabolism and clearance of elevated blood Lactic Acid levels. In fact, we monitor the blood levels of Lactic Acid 2 adjust and determine effectiveness of shock treatment in the intensive care unit. Dr. Mike. ...Read more
Alpha-lipoic acid: There's good research evidence for using alpha-lipoic acid in peripheral neuropathy http://tinyurl.Com/l4bvz9z , as an antioxidant, and in migraines http://tinyurl.Com/jvo6x9n -- some other uses also. Hyaluronic acid may help in osteoarthritis and aging skin, but evidence is not as robust as with alpha-lipoic acid in above uses. They are safe, but please inform your doctor you're taking them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I habe diarrhea doctor give medicatn
(Ciprofloxacin and Tinidazole) & ( lactic acid bacillus) ...is it safe to use lactic acid bacillus??
Safe but unhelpful: You may take so-called probiotics but there is not good evidence that these supplements are useful. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
No: Lactic acid is a normal by-product of muscle overload exercises or anaerobic exercise. There are two types of soreness related to exercise. The first type is immediate soreness which you feel during or directly following exercise. The second type is delayed onset muscle soreness which you feel the day following training. There are a few solutions to cope with your sore muscles. ...Read more
Q1: Does weight lifting and heavy training help in reducing uric acid?
Q2: Is there a correlation between overactive-bladder and high uric acid?
Cystine is depleted, while glycine and glutamic acid are highly elevated. Does that mean cysteine and subsequent glutathione deficiency? Any ideas? Ty
Not useful tests tod: Why are you wasting your money doing tests which have no significant medical relavance? Find a good internist who can help you attain better health than you are suffering from by going off track. ...Read more
No: The issues are completely unrelated.Get a more detailed answer ›
Loss or gain: Please don't take the two items you list and see what happens over a few days. If things change for the better that's great! If not please see your primary doctor for advice and care. ...Read more
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