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What motor skills are required for swimmiing?

Swimming: Ideal Work

Many people can swim regardless of their physical fitness. But, one who is without any muscle or nerve injuries uses most of their muscles to swim. You use your arms, legs buttocks, back and abdominal muscles. You use your neck muscles to turn to breath. But even if one has some weakness or injuries there are ways that being in the water and doing aerobic work helps strengthen muscles.
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What are fine and gross motor skills?

Little vs. big

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Fine motor skills involve small movements (fingers, toes, lips, wrists, tongue) such as picking up a raisin, grabbing a cup. Gross motor skills involve larger muscles (arms, legs, trunk, feet) and big movements such as running, jumping, hopping, walking.
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I have extreme dizziness, loss of motor skills?

SEE A DOCTOR

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IMMEDIATELY PLEASE
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Dr. Alvin B. Lin answered:

Is it possible that I'm losing my fine motor skills?

Yes but . . .

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I can't diagnose any loss over the internet! My recommendation is to document your concerns w/your family physician and ask for referral to an occupational therapist for an evaluation. At the very least, you can determine your current status and use this as a baseline for repeat assessment in 6-12mo or so. If there's an obvious deficit, then your doc can initiate an evaluation and/or refer to Neur
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I have symptoms of forgetting things, loss of motor skills, misplaces things and being disoriented what is it?

IT IS AN INDICATION

THAT YOU NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR ASAP
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What would cause sudden slurring,loss of motor skills and loss of memory.?

Stroke

Stroke
First possibility is stroke. That is most likely and a medical emergency. Call 911.
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Dr. Michael Korona answered:

Dad has symptoms of forgetting, loss of motor skills, and being disoriented what is it?

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Neurology
See neurologist.
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Is there a critical age where kids develop their motor skills?

Develoing skills

Children
Most gross motor skills occur during the first 3 years of life. Another set, including both grass and fine motor skills occur when the children reach school age.
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Can puberty cause difficulty with your motor skills?

It shouldn't

Puberty
Motor skills continue to develop as children mature. There are some sex differences between boys and girls in terms of when certain milestones are reached, but in general, you should not see a deterioration in motor skills because of puberty. If you are noticing problems, then please see your doctor for an evaluation to make sure nothing else is going on.
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Is there a loss of motor skills with high blood glucose levels?

NOT USUALLY

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UNLESS YOU ARE IN DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS AND YOUR SUGARS ARE SO HIGH AND YOUR LACTIC ACID SO HIGH THAT YOUR MUSCLES CAN'T FUNCTION PROPERLY SINCE THEY ARE BEING STARVED.
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