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Vyvanse Before Playing Sports
I took ONE 50mg Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) Saturday, I have a drug test Monday, I've never taken this drug before. I play sports everyday, will I pass my drug test?
Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) is converted to amphetamine. The conversion takes place slowly, and continues even 24 hours after ingesting the drug. If you were tested on Sunday, you would definitely have amphetamine in your urine. But amphetamine is cleared very quickly, so once the Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) has been converted, the amphetamine will quickly disappear.
Will it disappear by Monday? That's a toss-up. ...Read more
Why do some people’s faces changes more during puberty than others? Does it have to do with a the sports they play or their level of physical activity
Neither: It is genetically determined, however, if really coarse features develop and are problematic, an endocrinologist may help check some hormonal levels, kind of very rare though, wish you well ...Read more
Heart Dr. Can check: While playing sports, a person could faint for several reasons. He could be overheated or maybe was not drinking enough fluids. In those two situations, he will feel faint while standing or when quickly rising to a standing position. He could have a heart malformation or an abnormal heart rhythm. In these two situations, the symptoms may occur more randomly. A cardiologist's evaluation is helpful. ...Read more
Training: By strengthening themselves and using proper technique they are able to avoid injuries as much as possible. Also wearing proper fitting gear and adhering to the rules helps a lot. ...Read more
Yes: Any drugs affect performance.Get a more detailed answer ›
Fun: It's a more fun way to exercise, so you might do it more readily. ...Read more
Plan ahead: The night before hydration and rest. I'm sure you realize as you get older the recovery period takes longer than when you were younger. Plan ahead and hydrate before and after. Depending on where these aches and pains come from, you may need bracing or strapping to prevent injury. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Yes: If you need the lenses to see clearly, it might help your playing. If you depend upon the lenses then it is a good idea to have a spare pair on the sidelines because sometimes you might have the lenses knocked out in play. Overall it is likely to be safer as you can detect trouble better with good vision. ...Read more
Sort of, yes!: Http://www. Webmd. Com/fitness-exercise/features/can-you-get-really-fit-with-wii-exercise-games? Page=3.Get a more detailed answer ›
You choose: "whatever looks and feels right to you" is still the best answer even if your athletic days are over. A man doesn't need any more body fat on his torso than is on the back of his hand. Even though you're not playing sports any more, you have asked a health-focused question and perhaps you're also staying fit in some aerobic or strength-building activity. Build & trim your body as feels best. ...Read more
Is there any were in tucson I get get a free sports physical by monday I need it by monday so I can play a sport
Not that I know of.: I'm not aware of any at this time. ...Read more
Heyi am a 20y old young student. I have played sports at high level my whole life but I quit since two years. I am experiencing heartskips. Any help?
Be safe: Have it checked. It is better to be safe. Don't wait any longer. ...Read more
OK if no pain: Osgood schlatter's syndrome occurs when the forces through the patellar tendon overcome the healing forces of the tibial tubercle to normally unite at the growth plate linking the tubercle to the tibial bone. With rest, ice, nsaids, and stretching, the vast majority of such cases resolve spontaneously over time (months). Once the area is nontender and painless, sports can safely resume. ...Read more
We should make it so: Asthma treatments have improved immensely since the days when asthmatics were told to "slow down"; this is no longer acceptable. Inactivity leads to deconditioning, adding to the work of breathing. It is still true that the vast majority respond to pre-sport use of a bronchodilator (albuterol/levalbuterol). Allergies, sinusitis, GERD, VCD, obesity can all complicate matters; many options. Get help. ...Read more
Eat right.: More protein and fewer carbs! The protein will keep you from losing muscle, while you burn fat. The typical diet that is hyopcaloric will cause one pound of muscle loss per three pounds of fat loss. Not good. With exercise and enough protein, you can add muscle, while losing body fat! ...Read more
Why do I have to stop sports If I have a herniated fix on my back & I feel no pain while playing & without playing I feel pain?
Sports and rest pain: Pain is a symptom that indicates there is dysfunction ; proceeding with spots which involves awkward positions/possible contact injury can result in increased strain, and non-healing. I am not sure from your question if you have a fracture or just herniation. There is no pain with sports since attention is diverted. F/u/ w/ ortho discuss kinesiotape, laser, PT, TENS burst steroid, relaxants ...Read more
I'm male 28years old length 1.68m wight 95k 1.5 year playing sports and flow diets but it's profitless the wight still the same. What's the problem?
BMI33.7, NEED DIET:
Only way you can loose weight is by going on a low calorie balanced diet low in carbohydrates with elimination of sugar containing drinks, fruit juices
high fiber, plenty vegetables, fruits and proteins with limited swaturated fats and three meals a day and cut down on snacks and junk food
exercise regularly besides playing sports. ...Read more
Several reasons: Depends on where you get them and if any other symptoms or underlying condition. Simple muscle spasms can be due to tight or deconditioned tendons and muscles, lack of hydration or electrolytes. Sometimes it can be a secondary, reactive issue due to an underlying problem such as nerve irritation. ...Read more
Alot: Any type of aerobic activity is good for weight loss. You have to also remember to monitor your weight and intake. Your metabolism can be tricky when you begin to workout and you have to supply your body with the proper nutrients to continue to burn calories or run risk of going into a storage mode. Swimming is very good as both aerobic and anaerobic activity. ...Read more
Not really helpful: Others may have differing opinions, but there is no proof I'm aware of that taping an athlete's ankles reduces the incidence of injury or protects an already injured ankle. Weak ankles are best treated with rehabilitation exercises. There are also sports braces which can protect an injured ankle and help prevent further injury. My advice is to consult a physical therapist. ...Read more
Depends: This depends on many factors. This includes what part of your arm was broken as an example was it the shaft was it a part of your joint. How was it treated with cast immobilization or surgery. How far out are you from your injury and healing. In general I tell my patients that they may resume contact sports 4 to 6 weeks after removal of their cast or brace. Again this is a complicated question I would refer you back to your provider to answer this. ...Read more
Wilson's Dz: Left untreated, wilson's disease tends to become progressively worse and is eventually fatal. With early detection and treatment, most of those affected can live relatively normal lives. Liver and neurologic damage that occurs prior to treatment may improve, but it is often permanent. Best wishes. ...Read more
Au contraire!: Working out will help you maintain a healthy life and strengthen your immune system. ...Read more
Sprain: Strengthen the muscles surrounding the joint and perhaps tape or brace it ...Read more
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