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What Exercise Can I Do With A Strained Latissimus Dorsi
Careful stretching.: Avoid pull downs until it has healed. You can do curls, triceps and exercises with the upper arms close to the body. ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
6 weeks: Muscle tears can take 6 weeks to improve. If it is continually agravated can even take longer. ...Read more
Test, avoid sports:
Due to the chronic nature of your problem
i think you will require some physical therapy
the fact that the injury has not resolved over
4 months tells me you are likely doing something either at work or play that is exacerbating the problem or at least preventing it from going away. ...Read more
I strained my knee two weeks ago it feels better what cool down exercise can I do after my soccer game tomorrow what should I do if I hurt it again?
Why is it so difficult to get back into physical activity ex: Pilates after a long time of no structured exercise? It's so much strain and tiring!
Out of shape: If u haven't been active recently w/ daily exercise it may take some time (couple of weeks) for your aerobic capacity to improve to the point where it becomes more"easy" for you. Be patient and try to exercise @ least 20-25 min. 3-4 days / wk for the next month. If u can maintain this regimen or even increase the # or duration of your workouts u will find them "easier". ... And more fun! ...Read more
What causes body to quiver mildly for several days or weeks following low strain cardio exercise? Been a pattern for me last 5 yrs. I am in no pain.
Quiver after cardio: It sounds like you get muscle fatigue with your cardio work out which is common. Make sure you drink plenty of water and have a protein shake or drink about 30 mind after your work out, this will help your muscles recover faster. Make sure you stretch out and do a warm up and cool down during your routine. ...Read more
While doing exercise I got a strain in my back but after that also I am keep on doing exercise. Is dat advisable for me to continue with my exercises?
Exercise is good: For "conditioning" your heart and lungs, but it depends on how hard you are straining yourself. Remember there is always such things as too much of a good thing. Strain the heart and lungs too much and you can suffer undesirable consequences. ...Read more
If the dr said you can go back to exercise 1 week after a strained patella tendon does that mean it was not that serious? X-rays were normal
Evaluation: Your physician gave you advice after evaluation. Most likely he is right. If your are stil concern go for second opinion. ...Read more
Strained a muscle between sh. Blade and spine 4yrs ago. Have periodic dull chest pain on & off ever since when it's aggravated. Exercise suggestions?
Physical Therapy: You may want to consider contacting a physical therapist to help you get started. YouTube is also a good source of instructional videos about physical therapy. It is probably best however of you get a formal diagnosis first, and I would consider seeing an orthopedic surgeon for a more complete evaluation before starting a formal program. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Inner hip muscle is strained badly I have been told that my right upper flute muscle isn't firing. I tried one glute exercise but strained hip worse?
Not clear: It is not clear what you are asking. Please rewrite with what you want to know. ...Read more
This month I have lost 20 pounds, just eating healthy & exercise. I've been very constipate. Today I strained for a BM and got a bad migraine. Is this bad?
Water, water: In eating healthy and exercising you might have lost enough fluid to both make the loss quite high and the bowels constricted. Be careful to drink ~1/2 gal/day. For now, a gentle laxative might help - or better - prunes, warm lemon water, etc. Try not to strain, hopefully an OTC pain med will clear the headache. It's not likely migraine. ...Read more
Back: Stretching exercises might help.Get a more detailed answer ›
Time: Most calf 'strains' involve the medial head of the gastrocnemius muscle group. Most commonly injured in middle age ( (30-55). Usually takes minimum of 6 weeks for these to heal (depending on severity). Time generally heals this injury (along w/ nsaids, heel lift etc). Start walking first w/o lift, then fast walk, then jog. When u can run w/ minimal discomfort your calf strain should be healed. Gl! ...Read more
Inner hip muscle badly strained because upper right glute not firing. Tried burpees made it worse. Glute exercise suggestions?
My son 18 has a strained patella tendon after this heals will this return every time he runs or will exercise help prevent it from returning?
Possible: Must strengthen and stretch. Follow with slow return to activity. ...Read more
I am suffering from a shoulder deltoid strain from working out in gym (just a regular exercise that used to do). It has been 2 months now and I have tr?
Please have your primary doctor refer you to a specialist to help control your shoulder strain.
While waiting for the specialist appointment please stop your activity in the gym. ...Read more
When I took a stress test for heart they said that it showed that I had a strained heart. Will exercise help this problem?
Maybe: Maybe but may need meds and more as well. See ur doc. ...Read more
I have supraventircular tachicardia. How does it compare to exercise as far as strain on the body, as far as oxegen consumption ect?
Not comparable: During svt your heart races without any increased metabolic demand from your tissues, as would occur during exercise. At your age, with an otherwise healthy heart, the heart's arteries can deliver enough oxygen to the heart to meet the heart muscle's needs even during svt. There is no particular "strain" on the body. This may not apply in the elderly or if you have some other severe illness. ...Read more
I just started intense Hiit exercise after 7 years of no exercise. I'm experiencing heart strain badly after. Should I stop exercising thanks?
Excercise: Please stop all exercise and go to your doctor for a physical exam. If he/she says you are healthy enough to exercise start very gently, better yet get a trainer at a gym to create a program specifically for you. Peace and good health. ...Read more
When I go to the toilet, I always have to push or strain a bit to get things moving. I have a well balanced diet and exercise frequently. I have a bow?
If exercise increases your heart rate, why is this good for your heart instead of hurting it from the extra strain?
Conditioning: Exercise improves the efficiency (conditioning) of both the muscle of the heart (myocardium) as well as the muscles of the rest of your body. You also improve lung capacity and your metabolism in general, improving ALL risk factors for heart disease including: hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, obesity and sedentary lifestyle. It may also help in quit smoking. Talk with your MD and GO FOR IT ...Read more
Both of calves started to hurt suddenly, pain radiating to tibia bone. I didn't exercise or strain and ate nothing but tuna?
Have been 3 PT sessions since upper rt. Low back strain. Still gets cramps when I twist and turn. Advice for safe exercise at gym and how long to heal?
Consult with trainer: A certified trainer for a step-wise program for rehabilitation ...Read more
Is it possible to tear the muscles where butt/back meet? It feels strained, can't stand 10+ min, throbbing, leaking farts, better w/ glut exercise, rest
I have to be on the computer for work for most of my day. Is there an eye exercise that I can do very quickly to alleviate the strain?
Adjust computer dist: Taking a "vision" break every 30 minutes by staring off at a distance helps. So does changing the distance the monitor is from you every so often. Be sure to use artificial tears regularly if you feel a burning sensation. Most importantly, change what you are focusing on regularly (screen, desk, looking out the window, etc.). ...Read more
During exercise, I might have caused a mild muscle strain or rupture in the upper back area. Probably trapezius or rhomboideus muscle. What to do?
REST AND HEAT:
If you just did it ice will work better to minimize the damage in the muscle.
after that, rest and heat is the key to overcome the spasm in the muscle that causing the pain.
you can do some stretching exercise to the muscle as well.
have some body apply icy hot on the area as well.
take aleve, (naproxen) or naprosen, it works better than ibuprofen on muscle.
good luck ...Read more