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Causes Of Overdeveloped Muscles In Children
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
What kind of sleep disturbance can cause entire body muscle contraction, arm/leg movement, sweating, and low moaning sound in children?
Seizure: This could be a seizure. By all means seek a checkup with your physician. ...Read more
Could be...: A muscle spasm, or it could be an injury or tear in the muscle. Either way, if you have significant weakness in a muscle, or loss of range of motion of a joint, can't walk, or can't reach or hold a object in your hand, you should see a doctor without delay. Imple muscle knots or spasms are frequently related to too little or too much stretching of the muscles. Yoga or tai chi may abe helpful. ...Read more
Calf strain: It could be that you may have overstreched this calf muscle and now is strain. Recommend some heat and a calf sleeve for a few days and take oc analgesics. ...Read more
Possibly: It seems you have pain in the left shoulder blade area. Muscular pain in that region is very common. Howevere there are other causes too. Pain from the cervical spine can raditae to the shoulder blade. Pain from the intra-thoracic stuctures can also radiate to the shoulder blade. Only a good history and physical can narrow it down. ...Read more
Muscle Cramps: I assume the knots are painful and come and go. Overexertion, dehydration and mineral deficiency of calcium or magnesium are the most common causes. Stretching before exercise, taking magnesium supplements or simply rehydrating early and often often clears them up. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Musculoskeletal: Probably musculoskeletal in nature. Overuse that side of body? ...Read more
When I wake up in the morning my back and muscle be very stiff I can barely move can u tell me what is the cause of this matter please.
Muscles or spine: If the stiffness loosens up after being up and about for a while, I wonder if your mattress is the problem. You're too young to have osteoarthritis of the spine which is a common cause of morning back discomfort, but if your symptom doesn't improve or worsens, have your physician check your back. ...Read more
What would cause a healthy 52 year old who goes to the gym to have a pectoal muscle that won't flex and is a little like jelly, and there is no pain.
Exam: Could be a tear or avulsion of insertion. Could also be atrophy. Need to be examined. ...Read more
22yrs old 5'7 170lbs. Have alot of fat over my muscles/body cause I was fat as a kid. What kinda exercises & diet should I do to get a more cut body.
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It varies: Dystonia is a movement disorder that is typically caused by a problem with signals in the brain that affect movement. Some forms are caused by injury to a part of the brain called the basal ganglia (like stroke or cerebral palsy), others can be hereditary. Rarely it can be triggered by trauma. Some forms like cervical dystonia (torticollis or neck dystonia) are of unlcear cause. ...Read more
Nerve impulses: All muscular contraction, be it smooth or skeletal muscle, are initiated by nerve impulses. These can be either voluntary or involuntary, as in muscle spasms. The most likely causes of these involuntary nerve impulses would be nerve root impingement of electolyte imbalance. ...Read more
Gluteus: The 'butt' is made of 3 muscles: gluteus maximus, gluteus intermedius and gluteus minimus. They each control a different aspect of hip/leg movement. ...Read more
Pain: Often if there is pain and/or underlying pathology in the neck, the muscles will react by tightening or spasming. Stretching and anti-inflammatories can help, as well as treating the underlying pathology. See your physician if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Stiff joints: Lots of things can do this. Overdoing it with certain activities/exercize, lack of activity such as being bedridden for a while. If these symptoms continue or worsen or swelling appears discuss with your physician. ...Read more
Lactic Acid: Its 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
I assume you mean "cramps"
Standing for long periods of time can cause muscle cramps!
If these occur too "quickly" have your FEET/SHOES checked out. ..you may have a foot support problem ("flat feet")
Hope this helps!
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Many.: Simply exercising vigorously will elevate cpk. Bruising or straining muscle can elevate enzymes. Drug reactions to statins can do this. An certain metabolic myopathies and inflammatory myositis can causes this. I've gone from the least important to some serious issues, which are fortunately less likely! ...Read more
Tension: Oftentimes, we keep our stress in the back on our neck or shoulders and it creates unnecessary tension. This prolonged tension will then cause the muscles to tighten and create the ripple. I recommend routine massages or self massage with a backknobber to help alleviate the muscle tightness. ...Read more
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