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Sore Lat Muscle
Time: Soreness is usually a sign of being de-conditioned or stressing the muscle. So long as it isn't pain limiting your use of the muscle, it will go away wih time. ...Read more
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Hello, I have a sore pea sized lump on my right side about 7 inches away from my armpit. Feels like it could be in my lat muscle. I'm able to grab it.
See comment: But no question. Please resubmit with a clear and specific question. ...Read more
They can: If you over do it, or use new muscles or new exercises, you will feel soreness. Swelling may occur a couple of days later in what is called delayed onset muscle soreness, it is believed that micro tearing or bruising of the muscle fibers causes the inflammatory infiltrate that is swelling. It is self limiting and subsides in a few days. ...Read more
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You are young, and if you have no health issues, you may have some low back issues that are compressing your nerves that innervate your legs. This can happen without experiencing low back pain.
You should see a neurologist to see if you are suffering from lumbo-sacral radiculopathy. You want to catch this problem earlier than later because the nerves will atrophy over time.
Good Luck ...Read more
Yes: Usually advised to do muscle building exercises every other day to let muscle recuperate and hypertrophy. Warming up pre-exerise and stretching can helps well. ...Read more
Normal: Weightlifting tends to cause small muscle injuries and through the healing process one gets stronger with changes in the musvle, so the soreness is a normal result of training ...Read more
Muscle soreness: This is because your muscles are not used to the activity. Once you start a routine your soreness will get better. ...Read more
Unclear: You indicate that you are 52 and have diabetes. Typically, this would be type 2 diabetes. Untreated or poorly treated diabetes can lead to neuropathy, which is often pain in your arms and legs. See a doctor to make sure your blood sugar is under proper control and your pain is being caused by diabetes and not something else. ...Read more
What happens if you are doing a light workout and your muscles are not sore, is it ok to workout every day?
Yes: Based on your lack of symptoms, it should be fine to progress to everyday workouts and/or longer workouts, but of course be aware of any new symptoms in your body. ...Read more
Why don't my muscle get sore after working out even though I change my work out so they don't adapt to that specific work out?
Variable: Could be intensity level, adaptation to the exercises you are doing, you are in shape and need more challenge, change up sports... Etc. ...Read more
I tend to do silly flexible things to my body and hurt muscles such as my neck and back. How can I relieve the resulting soreness?
Try: Not to do silly stretches, in regard to pain, rest those areas, ice. ...Read more
What may be wrong if I have some soreness around my butt. It feels like I pulled a muscle when I sit and stand, and I haven't been exercising.?
See your doctor: You need to have an examination by your physician personally to see what's wrong. ...Read more
I grew up in a place with no humidity. Now I live where there are tons of humidity. My muscles feel so sore on days it is very humid, is this possible?
You may not be drinking enough fluids... But a change in weather requires more fluids especially in your case.
I recommend Gatorade ...Read more
Can I work out if I have osteochondroma? I feel once I begin to develop muscle my osteochondroma will irritate the growing muscle leading to soreness.
What bone? What size?
May have no effect. ...Read more
If I do a light workout and workout the same muscle group 24 hours later is that okay? You're supposed to wait 48 hours but only if you're sore right?
Yes you can: Do exercise help you find a better way to you life and maybe YOU are doing too much time. So spend less time to avoid muscle spasms. ...Read more
Lactic Acid: It's what builds up when muscle tissue starts to make energy anaerobicaly. As you get more fit, your body's capacity to utilize oxygen will increase, and you will build up less Lactic Acid at the same level of exertion. Keep increasing your fitness level and the soreness will be harder and harder to achieve. ...Read more
Weight Lifting: Soreness can be the result of over training but also mild soreness can result with you first begin training or when you change your routine and work different muscles. If you have questions consult an exercise physiologist. Best wishes. ...Read more
Lactic acid: When muscled burn glucose without oxygen (unaerobically) to produce energy needed for exercise, a bi product called Lactic Acid is produced. When this substance accumulates, it causes pain and cramping. As you become more fit, your body uses the aerobic (oxygen) pathway more to produce the energy it needs, so less need to use of the unaerobic path--less Lactic Acid is produced--less pain/crams. ...Read more
Movement: It depends on which muscles are sore and when they are sore. If they only ache a day or two after strenous exercise, this is called delayed onset muscle soreness- doms- and is completely normal. Generalized achiness responds best to exercise- increased blood flow to the muscles brings them more oxygen. Stretching, ice, and heat can also help. See your doctor if not improving. ...Read more
Low mag means a true deficiency or relative.
Most folk think it is just potassium, but mag is another key mineral need to keep muscles quiet.
Muscular issues. Heat stretching and massage. See a good massage person who will unlock your local muscles. Add in magnesium, epsoms soaking. I love acupuncture and myofasical release w Lidocaine trigger point needling. ...Read more
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