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No: There is no known way to prevent myopia. It is familial in many cases. There seems to be more people becoming myopia when a population becomes more urban (instead of rural), and when the society gets industrialized and educated. It is not known if myopia is worsened by close-up reading, close-up computer screens or tv's, less time spent outdoors, inadequate light indoors, etc... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Whencan i resume physical activity after normal delivey, such as walking, jogging, cleaning house?
As you can tolerate: If you r not having much pain or bleeding, you can go about and pretty much do anything you want/can. Just be sensible, easy yourself back into the activities and take a rest when needed. Pregnancy and birth, as well as caring for the baby can take quite a toll on you and so eat well, sleep, and listen to your body. Congrats on new baby and good luck to you! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Activities, yes but: These are physical activities, but unfortunately not adequate in most cases. They do help burn more calories than sitting/watching tv, but they are not considered exercises because they lack adequate increase in heart rate/breathing to have cardiovascular benefit. 30-45 min of moderately intensive aerobic exercise 4-5x/wk is recommended. Live well. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: One would hope for a more-than-cyber experience of life -- allowing real-time relationships with actual people, with all their challenges and rewards. Playing video games all day leaves no room for this, or for interests outside of video games. One's awareness would be extremely narrow. Also, unless you land a job as a tester of video games, it's hard to imagine earning a living that way. ...Read more
W mild to moderate: Hemophilia yes. One must be quite cautious with exercise with a severe condition. All forms of activity should be d/w the patient's physician beforehand. He following sports are considered safe if you have mild to moderate hemophilia: archery, aquatics, elliptical machine, stationary bike, frisbee, golf, hiking, tai chi, swimming & walking. Heavy exertion, power lifting & contact sports are not. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does spending more time outdoors in bright sunlight (without vigorously exercising) decrease PMS symptoms?
Yes, for some women.: According to http://www.Sun-wellness.Com "dr. D.Anderson completed a study using light therapy for pms. The results were reported in the journal of obstetrics and gynecology. Women with PMS used light therapy every day (11-29 minutes each day) for up to four menstrual cycles" and their symptoms reduced by up to 76%." more studies are needed to verify this before it is considered scientific reality. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Injuries: In addition to the risk of being hit by a ball, injuries of ankle, knee and wrist are common. ...Read more
Does 62yo need physical for supervised walking, stretching+strengthening (bands/free weights+plate-loaded equip), swimming, water exercise/volleyball ?
Does spending more time outdoors in bright sunlight (without doing exercise) improve the immune system?
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