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What Is The Difference Between A Gym Field House
Yes: Doing exercise at the gym is fine to do, even with low vitamin d levels. One should contact her doctor if she gets new symptoms during working out at the gym (increasing the intensity of workouts very gradually, makes it less likely to get the aches and pains of "over-use" symptoms. The doctor might prescribe 50, 000 units of vitamin d per week, if a patient is very low on her test results. ...Read more
Yes, as long as. ..: Yes, enjoying work-out in gym as long as being tolerable and comfortable for you. Of course, realize the good thing always comes with its limitation for an individual; so let common sense rule life. ...Read more
I get sick very frequently. Every fortnight I get cold and fever. I m a total gym freak with regular gymming. I eat out sometimes. Plz help wot to do?
Fevers: Next time this occurs go to your doctor with a full list of the times this has occurred, the symptoms you experienced, and be prepared to provide a detailed history of your medical conditions, social and sexual background, etc., and to undergo a detailed exam and labs as necessary. Good luck and hope this turns out to be nothing too severe. ...Read more
If a person with bipolar disorder is advised not to meditate or gymming. Why would it be? Does the person face difficulty in concentrating?
Give me suggestions about diet plan and exercise to increase my muscle size and strength. I noticed only small development in 6 months of gymming.
Decrease processed carbohydrates, such as bread, pasta, cookies, and so on. Eat well balanced meals, including healthy carbs, fats, and proteins. Drink water.
Do weight intensive exercises with your major muscles, working to do each set to exhaustion. One or two sets, six to eight reps each, once or twice a week, so show excellent results in two months. You may not be using heavy enough weights. ...Read more
Hey, I'm a 16 year old girl with height 5'9.5. Will stationery cycling or aerobics/gymming increase my height further?
I had a myomectomy on 12december2012. I was told 4 weeks post op and I can start gymming. Is it too soon? Still feels swollen around the scar.
If ok with surgeon: Different surgeons may have different opinions but I think it is reasonable to begin low impact aerobic exercise and light weights with addition of increasing resistance over the next 3 weeks. Monitor your wound in the progress. It often takes up to 48 hours to assess pain and tenderness after a new exercise regimen do start slowly. Compression garments over the scar may help minimize swelling. ...Read more
Hello. I have recently started gymming under the guidance of a personal trainer. Yesterday was my third session (mostly very lights weights and freestyle - no cardio since I'm quite skinny) and late at night I found a swelling / lump in my right groin. Th
Hey, Doctor I go to Gym daily & have started to INTAKE endura Mass as PROTEIN. Thus Should I take it 1 HOUR before Gymming OR Suddenly after Gymming?
Does not matter:
If you are taking a mixed diet, there is no need for the protein supplement. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Can a obese person with vericose veins go gymming & do high intensity cardio work out or yoga? Do the veins feel extra pressure & worsen vericose vein
Obesity and veins: Obesity and varicose veins is not a contraindication to working out and yoga. In fact, exercise is good for improving venous return which will reduce the venous pressure. Cardio exercises such as spinning, elliptical, biking and stair climbing are better for the veins than pounding exercises such as running. ...Read more
I underwent laproscopic repair for scrotal inguinal hernia in march 2013. Recently I started gymming with light weights, and I notice a bulge. Help?
Group home: Is smaller; also called board and care. Assisted living is larger; people living in assisted living need to be more independent (e.g. Being able to feed, dress, bathe themselves, walk to dining room). However, less independent people can still live in assisted living if they get private caregiver or make arrangements for more help. I prefer board and care for my frailer patients. ...Read more
Trip to the Doctor: Shoewear is not just a fashion statement. Protect your toes from fractures or dislocations, support your arch, and pad your heel. 80% of foot problems that present to my office could be prevented by a comfortable pair of supportive shoes worn most of the time. ...Read more
Psychiatrists go to medical school for 4 years and residency for another four years. Then many take a board examination.
Psychologists get training in a university and obtain a phd. They have to write a thesis and do a internship and sometimes a post doctorate. ...Read more
Drug tests: Govt ones are much more sensitive and specific. ...Read more
Many issues 2 consid: Check out http://www. Aplaceformom. Com/assisted-living for starting point re assisted living which is essentially a facility w/basic non-skilled nursing services (otherwise, you'd be looking at skilled nursing facility or nursing home if you needed skilled nursing). ALF are covered by state & local regulations. Hiring certified nursing assistant is just contract btwn you & CNA to provide home care ...Read more
NH is for sicker.: Candidates for assisted living houses are more independent, less sick and live with less people but there is a certified health care personal helping them with medications. Nursing homes require more skilled medical services pts are sicker and less capable to live independently. ...Read more
What is the difference between a home remedy acne remover and a branded acne remover. Which is safest? Which is most effective
No difference: You're 13 and young to be here, but I'm glad you're taking a proactive approach to your health. "Home remedies" are worthless internet junk like lemons, honey and pepper. Get some topical benzoyl peroxide and use as tolerated for two weeks. If you are not clear, pick up the phone and make an appointment with your personal physician. You owe it to yourself to do this. Best wishes. ...Read more
R OTC eyedrops for eyelid stye/cyst helpful, what r home remedies? What is the difference between a stye & cyst; Spread 2 other eye/contactLens/makeup?
Many questions here: Externally applied medication does not affect styes. Generous application of heated cloths is the best remedy. A stye is an infected lid gland. If the body's battle to get rid of the stye is only partially effect, it may surround the stye with a cyst wall termed a chalazion. Styes are not infectious and not related to contact lens wear. ...Read more
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What makes mcdonalds food so unhealthy? What's the difference between their burgers, and the average burger you cook at home, or other restaurants?
Fat and salt: Fast foods, mcdonalds and others are often high in saturated fats and salt, both of which are not healthy. The same may be true of burgers cooked at home and in restaurants, depending on the quality of meat and cooking process. ...Read more
Difference between clinical/ counseling psychology and clinical social work? Aside from education, what's the difference between the fields?
Some Difference: Each Of These Fields Have Different Theoretical Basis, Different Training Models And Different Education Requirements. Each Also Have Traditions That Slightly Differentiate. However There Is Overlap That Makes Actual Practice Less About These Things But More About Individual Models Of practice ...Read more
Levels of care: The highest level of care is delivered in the hospitals. Out of the hospital the highest level of care is in a skilled nursing facility that can give complete custoidial care including total patient assistance with daily living, giving medications and intravenous therapy, and all necessary care. The next level of care are assisted living homes that can help people who need less nursing care. ...Read more
When doing a self examination at home, is it a lymph node or something worse, how does someone tell the difference between the two?
You need help: You should see a physician or allied health professional. Sometimes it is not possible to tell the difference without a biopsy of the tissue. ...Read more
When doing a self examination at home, is it a lymph node or something more serious, how does someone tell the difference between the two?
Get it evaluated: Any mass palpated in the breast should be evaluated by your doctor. Enlarged lymph nodes in the axilla (armpit) also should be evaluated. Assume nothing. ...Read more
Besides medications anything also I can do from home to treat my pneumonia? And what's the difference between walking pneumonia and just pneumonia?
I noted on your history that you have enlarged lymph nodes and arthritis. I would suggest some screening studies for autoimmune disease and a CBC with differential white cell count. Checking your temperature and keeping well hydrated are advised.
I would suggest letting your physician know about persistent or worsening symptoms. ...Read more
Hospice; home health: Hospice care can be provided in the home or in an facility depending on the needs of the individual. Home health care is broader than hospice, embracing a vast variety of health needs individuals may have, not just critical or end of life needs. Hope this helps. ...Read more