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Is walking ammonia contagious?

Is walking ammonia contagious?

Mild case: Walking pneumonia is a non-medical term to describe a mild case of pneumonia. It can also be called atypical pneumonia because the disease is different from more serious cases of pneumonia caused by typical bacteria. They are all contagious. ...Read more

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Walking (Definition)

Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more


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What causes an ammonia smell on your body after you work out or walk 2+ miles?

What causes an ammonia smell on your body after you work out or walk 2+ miles?

Common in runners: Ammonia comes from the breakdown of amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. It is made up of hydrogen and nitrogen . The body breaks down protein and converts it to glucose to use as fuel and nitrogen is the waist product. Nitrogen is usually converted to urea by the kidneys and excreted(pee'd) out. If the kidneys can't handle the load it is eliminated out the body through sweet. ...Read more

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What would cause ammonia smell on your body after you work out or walk 2+ miles?

What would cause ammonia smell on your body after you work out or walk 2+ miles?

Too Little Water: You probably are not taking in enough water to make up for what you lose through sweating while exercise. Carry a water bottle with you and make sure you keep hydrated. If it persists with that, let your md know - it could be a symptom of something else going on in your body. ...Read more

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Diet for high amonia levels?

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Diet for high amonia levels?

Lactulose: Dietary ammonia comes from metabolism of protein; reducing the total protein in your diet may help, but there is the counter problem of needing protein to actually make things the body needs. The best management for ammonia is to be compliant with lactulose to eliminate it from the gut. ...Read more

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What are the benefits of walking ?

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What are the benefits of walking ?

Benefits of walking: Similar to running & just about any form of exercise, there are many benefits of walking eg less heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke, dementia, etc. Stronger bones, better mood, better fitness. Check out http://www.startwalkingnow.org/whystart_benefits_walking.jsp, http://www.arthritis.org/living-with-arthritis/exercise/workouts/walking/wow-of-walking.php & http://goo.gl/lkbAag (Mayo Clinic). ...Read more

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How is it that why a person would get amonia?

How is it that why a person would get amonia?

Resubmit: Do you mean anemia or an elevated blood ammonia level? Resubmit your question with clarification. ...Read more

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What are the effects of depressants on your walking?

What are the effects of depressants on your walking?

Slight: May impair balance or strength, depending on dose and your general health. ...Read more

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What makes my feel feel like I am always walking on rocks?

What makes my feel feel like I am always walking on rocks?

Neuropathy : You likely have a peripheral neuropathy. Simple put, there is damage in the nerves to your feet. This can be cause from a variety of causes. The number one cause being diabetes. Please make an appointment with your doctor to be evaluated. Even if no cause is found, there are medications that can help you significantly. ...Read more

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Why do I sleep walk?

Why do I sleep walk?

Sleep walking: To v risk of sleepwalking: 1. avoid sleep deprivation. 2. Avoid excessive stimulation before bed tv (auditory & visual), radio (auditory), blue lights, confrontations, exercise, etc. 3. Manage your stress levels. ...Read more

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What is walking peumonia?

Atypical: Usually the term is used to refer to "atypical pneumonias" ( like the one caused by mycoplasma, etc) in which there is a dissociation between the xray impression and the clinical presentation, (too mild symptoms for such an xray image). They are usually treatable and most patients do just fine. ...Read more

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What is walking neumonia?

What is walking neumonia?

Medical termites: Is the archaic way of saying pneumonia was caught outside of a hospital setting. ...Read more

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Is walking barefoot harmful?

Is walking barefoot harmful?

No: Not at all. And doen't it feel good! just make sure its not on a hot surface and your are watching where you are going. Enjoy the freedom! ...Read more

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Why do people to sleep-walk?

Why do people to sleep-walk?

Sleep walking: Is a symptom of sleep disorder or in young kids is most likely temporary & normal. Consult a neurologist for advise. ...Read more

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When do babies start walking?

When do babies start walking?

Too soon: Ask any parent. Lol. The earliest I have ever had a baby walk was 7 months. Many walk at 9 months and the average is 10-12 months. Some will be a bit later..12-15 months. I do not become concerned unless a child is not walking by 17 months. ...Read more

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How to lose weight by walking?

How to lose weight by walking?

20 min or more: Walk atleast 20 min and slowly build up for weight loss. ...Read more

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Can you walk with a broken mcl?

Can you walk with a broken mcl?

MCL: I'm assuming you mean a torn mcl. Yes generally you can walk even when torn but best to do so in a protective brace. This also depends on the severity of the tear. ...Read more

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Can walking help me lose weight?

Can walking help me lose weight?

Yes: Walking at least 30 min regularly will help loose weight. ...Read more

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When will my baby learn to walk?

When will my baby learn to walk?

12 to 15 months: Children want to check out their world starting around 6 months, and by 9 months are able to crawl around. By 12 months, that just doesn't cut it, and they pull up on objects and cruise. We expect babies to walk between 12 and 15 months, though of course some will walk by 9 or 10 months, and some won't by 15 mo. A lot depends on the drive and gross development of the child. ...Read more

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