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Why Do I Have Random Bursts Of Urge To Exercise Then Sudden Exhaustion
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
What causes severe fatigue that comes one day and goes another but chronic without amlified by heat or exercise? It seems happening randomly. Female, 32
Way too many: Possibilities to narrow it down without a very thorough history and physical. If this persists for more than one month, get a check up. ...Read more
I have IBS and panic attacks, feel unbalanced sometime, when I fight with someone (fun way) I feel tired and out of breath, also having fatigue, PVC's & lots of random body twitching, I exercise daily?
Dysautonomia: You may have dysautonomia syndrome:symptoms alleviated by avoidance of stimulants, ensuring hydration, using magnesium, vitamin D & omega fish oils (www. Cardiamin. Com, use code: CMC), low dose beta blockers e.g. propranolol 5 to 10 mg 2 to 3 times daily and SSRIs e.g. citalopram 5 to 10mg daily. Read Dr. Ronald Hoffman’s MVP book (www. Amazon. Com) and visit www. Dysautonomiainternational. Com ...Read more
Sounds like sprained:
Ligaments or pulled muscles, which hurt with certain motions, like rotation of the trunk (your chest & abdomen + pelvis).
Get yourself investigated by your doc. Muscle relaxers would help. ...Read more
Yes, gently.: If you are taking blood thinner medication and are getting frequent blood- shot eyes and black and blue marks on your body, be sure to inform your physician. Gentle exersize (not high impact or strenuous weight lifting) is usually possible. ...Read more
I go from depression to random happy moments, random burst of energy, hard to concentrate, want for sex, and push myself away from others. Signs of?
Depends how fast: If the depression lasts constantly for weeks or months, and then the happy, energetic times themselves last for a solid week or more, you may have bipolar disorder which is treatable with medication. But mood swings that occur over minutes or hours (ie, much faster) are usually a personality style, and better addressed in psychotherapy if it's a problem for you. ...Read more
I'm in severe pain from 9.1cm cyst on kidney and told not to exercise. Is there a reason I can't just get it to burst? It's simple and on my nerves.
Here are some...: Almost always, a large simple cyst of kidney alone will not burst or cause pain. To deduce if the pain is related with this cyst, a detailed Hx & proper physical exam before timely imaging study are needed. The only way to prove if the cyst is cyst-related is see how your pain may evolve and resolve after cyst-related surgery. So, ask doc timely as needed. ...Read more
Sometimes when I exercise, I get a very sharp pain on the left side of chest. I then have to stop exercising because it feel like it's going to burst.
Musculoskeletal: See what happens if you stop exercising for a few days then build yourself up slowly and see how you do ...Read more
I randomly cry for no reason. It is starting to affect my relationships around me. I will be happy one moment and then burst into tears the next.
During aerobic exercise I get a heavy pain inside my stomach - like its going to burst. If I push on my stomach a sharp pain travels to my back.
Abd pain w/ exercise: Abdominal pain with exercise may be due to exercise-related transient abdominal pain (etap), gerd, intesntial ischemia, angina equivalent & others conditions. Diaphragmatic ligamentous stress or ischemia is possible since it connects from the visceral pleura of the abdomen to the back. The symptoms described in this question are not classic for any of the possibilities mentioned. Consult your dr. ...Read more
If I stress my abdomen because of fear aorta will burst, during exercise, could it constrict when it should expand? How much can u thinking effect?
You seem quite: Anxious. Your brain is more likely to be stressed by fears your aorta will burst (unfounded fears), and the aorta should neither expand or constrict when you're healthy. Your thinking affects your overall health, but is not going to act selectively on your abdominal aorta. ...Read more
I have urine urge & frequency but no pain. Could this be Interstitial cystitis? Is hydrodistension safe? Can my bladder burst?
Here are some. ..: Glad to know you've no pain but urgency & frequency. So, work on lifestyle modification as the initial step of care by avoiding foods / beverages containing bladder irritants such coffee / caffeine-rich drinks like tea, coke, pop, etc. As well as urine-producing drinks such as all alcohol beverages & water over-drinking, and voiding timely. As to bladder dilation, it's safe under anesthesia. .. ...Read more
Random dark bruising over R hamstrings. Did not hit my leg, or sit on something. Broken L foot. Overcompensating with weight and burst a blood vessel?
Be seen: There are multiple possibilities, including an injury to the hamstrings by compensating for the contra lateral broken foot as you suggested. But if you have been more sedentary from the fracture, it is possible it could be related to a blood clot and so I would let your doctor know and be checked for it. ...Read more
Lately I have had 0 energy. Not able to exercise, or study. Doesn't matter how much sleep I get. Exhaustion is making daily activities near impossible?
Depression: Although there could be many causes, it may be that you are getting depressed. ...Read more
Why does my hr so high during exercise? I will not be even close to exhaustion and hr avgs 189. beats really hard too.18, athlete. Drink so much water
At 18 years old: Your predicted Maximal heart rate is 202 BPM. Your response to exercise is age appropriate and physiological. Your heart rate will slow down as you age. ...Read more
Overtrained myself to exhaustion over the yrs. Pls suggest recovery program, diet, exercise (no weights).Also suggest vitamins/supplements if needed.
I'm experiencing extreme exhaustion for the last 5 weeks. I am 20 years old. I have had no change in diet or exercise, I'm not under any large stress. I have no personal history of medical problems in any form, though heart problems are common in my fam
11mths postpartum... Recent Symptoms: Dizzy spells, foggy vision, Exhaustion, Random mild headaches. What could be going on?
Long Differential Dx: Though nonspecific, dizzy spells, foggy vision, exhaustion and random mild headaches, could indicate diabetes mellitus, hypertension, kidney disease, vertebrobasilar insufficiency, intracranial hypertension or even a worse diagnosis. Try to have this evaluated by a qualified provider, since some of these possibilities would demand university-level care. ...Read more
How can I treat the following symptoms? Weakness, shortness of breath, nausea, chest tightness, exhaustion, exercise intolerance, cough, and paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea?
There is not way: To answer this in 400 characters or less. Have you had a comprehensive medical evaluation to determine the diagnosis? That is essential. Take care. ...Read more
Should I see my doctor or just wait it out? For the last seven days I have been dizzy, sweating randomly, feeling feverish, painful stomach, headaches, and exhaustion.
Acidity: Could be acidity. Can try otc prilosec. If does not help see your doctor and have blood test done to see kidney function and hemoglobin. ...Read more
Exercising + Adrenal:
Walking in nature or other meditative exercises help to decrease the body's stress response and call for cortisol.
If a person has "adrenal fatigue", they have poor exercise recovery from extreme exertion, and that can delay healing.
I always recommend avoid over-training if a person has impaired recovery from exercise or a suspicion of adrenal fatigue. ...Read more
Yes: It certainly could. Talk to your primary or a pulmonologist. ...Read more
Nondiagnostic: More description of your symptoms is needed in order to advise you. Such symptoms could be due to disorders of the esophagus, heart, rib cage nerves or muscles and less likely the lungs. Your physician will take a thorough history, perform a good examination and order any appropriate tests or referrals to specialists if deemed necessary. ...Read more
Yes: An individual needs enough energy stores during exercise to avoid fatigue or cramps. The body preferentially burns simple and complex carbohydrates first, then protein, then fat. If you don't have enough carbohydrate energy stores then protein (muscle) is broken down and then fat. The caveat is that some well trained underweight people don't have a problem but they have done extensive training. ...Read more
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