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How to cure lisping. I lisp on some pronunciations like 's', 'ch'. Are there some speech exercises that can help me with it?
Lisp: Http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/230784-exercises-to-perform-at-home-to-correct-a-speech-impediment/ I hope this helps :) ...Read more
Hello im a spanish boy that weights 62 kg and I'm 1.70 meters tall. I think there in u.S.A it's almost the same bt could I start doing gym exercise?
Yes: Do it in graded way and have trainer or a cach. ...Read more
I m eargerly waiting til I get conceived. Bt my weight s too much fo my age m 20 yrs. My weight s 68kgs. Is it gud to do any exercise at this stage? .
For the last 1and a half month my s. Crea slightly increase from 1.092mg/dl-1.1mg/dl. Is there any concern? I'm doing aerobic exercise 3x/week for 20min
If the intoe: Is caused by curvature of the metatarsals like in a met addicts deformity no excercise will help as this is a deformity of the curvature of the ones, if one has intoe secondary to the leg rotating inward, on occasions if you make the opposite motions and strengthen the outward rotation this may help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rowing exercises: Rowing typically recruits the muscles of the latissimus dorsi, biceps brachii, and forearm flexors. Apart from machines that actually emulate rowing, exercises that most-accurately replicate the recruitment of the aforementioned muscle groups include: 1) pull-ups, 2) bent-over rows, and 3) close grip lat pulls. Using relatively lighter weights and higher reps can help emulate the act of rowing. ...Read more
Her are they: Now, there are several forms of lifting... Isotonic, auxotonic, isokinetic, and isometric. Here is a brief defination of all. Isotonic - where there is constant tension during the lift isokinetic - constant velocity (speed) in the lift isometric - there is no change in muscle length during the lift, static auxotonic - changing tensions caused by altered velocities and joint angles. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: If you have benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, then a variety of maneuvers can help. The most common of these is the epley maneuver, which you can find a description of on google. The brandt-daroff exercises and the semont maneuver are some others that can work. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
By doing...: Kapalbhati pranayama is a type of breathing exercise that helps you rid of various ailments over a period of time. "kapal" means forehead and "bhati" means shining. Eventually, kapabhati should bring about a glow on the face of the practitioner. Kapalabhati is done in a sitting posture. Focus on "exhaling". Inhale as normal. Exhale and simultaneously contract the abdomen muscles with each exhale! ...Read more
The pressure is probably in the 40's which is a normal estimated PA pressure with exercise. Is this true? Normal with exercise pressure in the 40s?
Why do you ask?: Either you have a real reason to be concerned that you have pulmonary hypertension, or you do not. If you feel well and can keep up with peers in fitness, be thankful for good health. If you are being evaluated for pulmonary vascular disease, finish a real work up. I am glad you are interested in physiology. Best wishes. ...Read more
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