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What Are The Causes Of Arm Muscle Fatigue
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
I am having chronic muscle fatigue in my shoulders and arms. I can't even write a full paragraph without resting. What could do this?
Describe arm weakness with brain tumor. Is the weakness so bad that someone can barely lift an arm, or like muscle fatigue?
Many reasons: Muscle fatigue is a symptom. It could simply be the result of over training, underhydration and poor nutrition; butcould also be the result of a medical conditon. Muscle fatigue often occurs after too much activity at one time, such taking an extra-long hike or run. You may feel weak and tired, or your muscles may be sore. These sensations usually go away within a few days. If not see your dr. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are a lot of possibilities. If your muscles are simply tired when you work out then it is probably just related to conditioning and a need to increase your strength. If there is weakness going up stairs, weak grip to where you are dropping things, or a weakness of the eyelids or voice, then you should be checked by your doctor. ...Read more
Muscle fatigue: The drug can cause a myriad of symptoms including muscle fatigue or pain. Consult your doctor for help. ...Read more
Muscle fatigue: The energy to contact muscle is a function of the muscle mass, nutrients, training, oxygenation, blood flow, and systemic disease/health. Basically if you exhaust the blood flow, nutrients, oxygenation and such, muscle overloads, the effeciency suffers, cramping or loss of sustained contraction results, and performer declines ...Read more
Too many things: This could be any number of things. You need to see your doc. ...Read more
Difficult question: This question needs more data. If it is after sports activity, we still need to know after how long and how much sport? This usually as a result of spine problems in general, or arterial flow promblem. If occurred suddenly with no sport, and persisted, then question is embolism to brain or ischemic problem, if resoled there is a question of tia. ...Read more
What would cause my arm muscles in particular to fatigue very easily? I don't think I've lost actual strength, but they get sore quickly with use.
? muscle conditions: There are multiple neuromuscular conditions that can cause muscle fatigue and soreness. Medications can cause side effects that affect muscles. Inflammatory muscle conditions and muscle enzyme abnormalities can cause your symptoms. I would consider a neurologist and/or rheumatologist to get a full physical exam, lab tests and tests like an EMG and if needed a possible muscle biopsy. Good luck ...Read more
My vitamin d tested @30. Can this cause muscle fatigue? Started 5000iu of vit. D, how long before feel affects?
Vitamin D Level: Muscle fatigue among a host of other health related issues, may occur with low d levels. Keep in mind that vitamin d should be in an oil base when taken. Also be aware that you only absorb ~35% of an oral dose. Most efficient route is sub-lingual. ...Read more
My IgG came back high for rocky mountain fever. I've been having severe weakness, muscle fatigue, joint pain; should I be treated, is this a cause?
No: The igm segment needs to be positive for you to have acute active disease. See a rheumatologist. ...Read more
Does essential tremor cause muscle tiredness and pain? Do I've essential tremor, as my body (arm, leg, abdomen). Starts shaking if I do work/exercise
If you feel unusual symptoms, always start with a medical checkup with your primary care doctor. There are many reasons for fatigue, even if you feel it's muscle fatigue. Your doctor will examine you and order the appropriate bloodwork. They should also discuss your emotional health with you, etc.
It could just be that you are out of shape, or overworked, but it's important to rule out conditions. ...Read more
Could be related: Yes, low iron and iron binding capacity can cause muscle fatigue. Though the normal range for TIBC is different lab to lab, 235 is likely on the low end for most labs. I would discuss iron supplementation with your doctor, and the need for other tests to figure out WHY your TIBC is low. Good luck! ...Read more
You don't have to do that.
A variety of abdominal strengthening exercises at a moderate number of reps is sufficient. Easier ones, you can do more reps, but challenging one's, such as scissoring, you may have to do less.
Of course, remember that diet and weight control are just as important if it's well defined abdominal muscles you are looking for. ...Read more
B12 was 140. Have recieved 6 B12 injections. The last jab was a week ago. Muscle fatigue is improved but I now feel tingly all over, is this normal?
What is your B12 lev: El now? B vitamins can make things tingly. Are you taking any other B vitamins? You can test for those as well separately. For muscle fatigue to improve more, you need to have your Vitamin D3 levels checked as that will be a better indicator for you, as will iodine levels. See an integrative medicine doctor to tie it all together for you nicely, and monitor your progress too. ...Read more
I'm 17. 5'5. 129-130 lbs. Male. I've been feeling muscle fatigue for months. I thought it was exercise related but I stopped for weeks and still feel?
Fatigue at age 17:
I understand your concern about feeling Fatigue.
It can be due to
• Stress causing Anxiety and Depression
• Alcohol and Drug use
• Poor sleep
• Electrolyte imbalance
Discuss with Psychiatrist:
• Treatment of condition
• Therapy for Stresses of relationships, separations, peer pressure, identity
• Medication if needed
• Tai Chi ...Read more
Check thyroid: Find a functional medicine doctor in yor area to help you thoroughly evaluate your thyroid with tsh, ft4, ft3, and thyroid antibodies and reverse T3 (liothyronine) values. Thyroid is vital for muscle relaxation. See stop the tyroid madness website for guidance. Also add in some magnesium glycinate 2 times daily slowly increasing dose till stools loosen, then back down by 1-2 caps - we are all deficient. ...Read more
Not tragedy, but...:
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What to do if I have burning sensation in my body, is it nerve problem or chronic muscle fatigue?
See a Neurologist: A neurologist may be able to help you differentiate the cause of your symptoms. Usually with muscle fatigue, this is associated with excessive use of the muscles that leads them to have the generalized burning and fatigue. Nerves tend to follow patterns of distribution, so that one may have the discomfort in a particular limb. There are special tests that may be done by the neurologist. ...Read more