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Doctor insights on: Problems With P90 X Exercises

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I have survical problem .... what solution... which madicine .which exercise?

I have  survical problem .... what solution... which madicine .which exercise?

Happy to help but: You need to better clarify your question. Do you mean cervical spine problem? If so, what's the actual problem? With more information you will get better guidance. ...Read more

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I have survical problem please solve my problem which madicine . Which exercise .

I have survical problem please solve my problem which madicine . Which exercise .

Familiar: It seems like you may have asked something similar previously. If so, then try to clarify what a "survical" problem is. Does that mean "cervical" problem affecting the neck, is that pain, or weakness or both? Again better clarity will help optimize any guidance. ...Read more

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What are some exercises to help my back problems?

What are some exercises to help my back problems?

Core strengthening: Core strengthening exercises can help limit back problems significantly. Exercises such as planks (contracting abdominals with straight back posture, see image) and crunches in and out of the pool are several examples. ...Read more

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Is that heavy physical exercise lead to spine problems?

Is that heavy physical exercise lead to spine problems?

Not necessarily: Improper lifting techniques r more likely cause: bending over to lift, lifting & twisting at the waist instead of turning whole body, bending over to set heavy objects down, bending over with spine twisted even to pick up a small object from the floor. As we age, discs tend to become dehydrated & more fragile leading to easier injuries. Lifting objects too heavy for us also a problem. ...Read more

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I have problem of lordosis. Please suggest me exercises for that.?

I have problem of lordosis. Please suggest me exercises for that.?

Usually one doesn't: Lumbar lordosis is usually not an issue unless it is due to an increase in upper back forward bend or rounding known as kyphosis or due to an underlying spine issue like a spondylolisthesis or even related to a hip/pelvis problem. Exercises in general are good involing cardio routines and flexibility but core ones like yoga and pilates are great in addition. ...Read more

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If I cannot exercise due to health problems, how can I lose weight?

If I cannot exercise due to health problems, how can I lose weight?

Use up the calories!: Anything that uses energy (calories) will help one lose weight, as long as he doesn't eat or drink back more calories right after the activity. Examples: if walking, take a longer route; use stairs instead of elevators; take multiple trips to and from the car when unloading groceries; park a block from school and walk there with the kids; at home, skip dessert and go walk around the block instead. ...Read more

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What forms of physical exercise are safe for people with retinal problems?

What forms of physical exercise are safe for people with retinal problems?

Quite variable: If you have a retinal detachment than exercise that lead to significant valsalva(abdominal straining) like heavy squats/resistance training or inverted exercises(like hand stands) probably should be avoided. But in the case of macular degeneration exercise is usually encouraged to help to stave of progression. ...Read more

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Would it be a problem to lose three pounds a week through diet and exercise?

Would it be a problem to lose three pounds a week through diet and exercise?

That is a bit much: A more realistc goal is 1-1.5 pounds per week. Track calories & exercise. Decrease total calories you consume and increase exercise to lose weight. Good app for tracking diet and exercise is "my fitness pal". ...Read more

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Hi, my kness make noise when i move, especially climbing steps or excersing.I like to exercise but this prblem worries me.

Hi, my kness make noise when i move, especially climbing steps or excersing.I like to exercise but this prblem worries me.

Kneecaps grinding: Most commonly 'noisy' knees that grind or pop(crepitus)are due to cartilage 'wear' underneath the kneecap.The crepitus is generally worse or more noticeable w/stairclimbing, squats, etc.If its not painful or causing your knee to swell then you can stop worrying. If it does see your ors.Good luck! ...Read more