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Physical Activity Adult Height
Cardiac, bones: probably the number one benefit is activity. It will help maintain your cardiac and overall fitness with consistent aerobic exercise like walking. Also, light weights are helpful to keep the bones strong in arms and legs and I think that's very important in preventing potential fractures. ...Read more
What might cause severe fatigue in the early evenings, along with tiring extremely quickly during physical activity in an otherwise healthy adult?
get checked: Not sure but it's not normal and you should get a physical and check some blood work. ...Read more
For the treatment of attention deficit in adults, except drugs,psycotherapy,physical activity and healthy food,what can help to improve concentration?
ADD in adults: To better control ADD symptoms as an adult, besides medicines, diet and physical activity, u should also: Ensure proper sleep; Work on time management skills (to prevent frustration for not completing tasks); Develop a network of supportive people; and work on personal relationships (quality rather than quantity is imp) ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Are.there always some physical signs w/ acromegaly in adults like nose widen, hand/feet growing? Or can you have it w/ no symps other than height gain
Not height gain: Once the growth plates in bones have closed (by age 20) you will not increase in height, no matter how much GH is there. Acromegaly in adults involves thickening of bones and features, but not linear growth. Keep in mind that there can be minor changes in spacing between the vertebrae, which could account for variation in measurements from time to time. Maybe 1 inch. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some...: proven benefits of exercise: reduced stress weight loss increased bone mass reduced risk of high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke better sleep These are just a few, but they bring the point across. Exercise is better than ANY pill. I hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
So many ways!!!!: Helps maintain weight, should be enjoyable, makes you disciplined, lowers cholesterol, improves fitness for living activities, improves you immune system, builds muscle (which wards off frailty ), prevents heart disease, wards off cancers in women, and much more! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm working in it sector. Because of my work timings, I don't get time for any physical activity. Suggest me easy and not time consuming excercise.?
10-minute walks: If you're not getting exercise, walking is a good way to start. And you only have to do 10 minutes at a time to get benefit. Work up to taking three 10-minute walks 5 days a week and you'll be getting the recommended amount of exercise. Or you could do longer stretches on your days off. If you feel like you can't spare the time, remember that physical activity can improve your performance at work. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
As much as you can!: Keep moving and exercising. At sixty, maintaining balance and flexibility is very important; resistance exercise prevents fraility and osteoporosis. Avoid concussive cardio activities unless you weigh less than 140 and like to run. Cycling is much better at your age. Elliptical trainers are good. Hike and climb local trails. Swimming is great. ...Read more
Checkup: Very worthwhile to see your doctor and specifically tell him/her that you want to start an exercise program. They can look at your medicines, health condition etc. And give advice specific to you and your needs. If nothing else they can clear you medically to work with a trainer or other knowledgeable person. ...Read more
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