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Avatar n tn I am 22 years old and have been diagnosed with Beta Thallassemia minor by a doctor. All my life I have felt tired, had palpitations (When I was younger), flatulence and difficulty concentrating and fuzziness. I cannot really look people directly in the eye sometimes because its too hard on my eyes (it strains them) even though I have perfect vision. Doctors have told me that I need no treatment and that Thallassemia has no symtpoms. I go to sleep tired and I wake up tired.
Avatar n tn I don't feel stressed and why does it come on when I exercise or do heavy work? Isn't exercise supposed to relieve stress? I don't know if I am making it worse by plowing through or if that is the best thing to do.
Avatar f tn I've read articles about lactic acid buildup causing breakouts after exercise. I've also heard about exercise raising androgen levels which may cause acne. Could one of these be the culprit to my acne, or could it be something else? And what can I do to stop getting this acne without sacrificing exercise? Thanks for your help.
Avatar f tn I am a certified personal trainer at a very well known gym. I have a B.S. in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention with a minor in Exercise Science. A combination of cardio & resistance training is the most effective way to lose weight.
804966 tn?1261898878 in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention as well as a minor in Exercise Science. You have a LOT of options as far as diet goes, here are a few that will definitely help... 1. I have all my clients buy this book: "The eat-clean diet" by Tosca Reno. I also have them buy the companion "Eat clean diet cookbook".
Avatar f tn I have a B.S. in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention, and a Minor in Exercise Science. The American College for Sports Medicine's (ACSM) guidelines for exercise are as follows: Cardiovascular exercise: 3--5 days/wk for 30-60 minutes Resistance training exercise: 2--3 days/wk incorporating all major muscle groups at least 1x per week, and not working the same major muscle group 2 days in a row.
Avatar n tn Again, after reading, I'm just 'creeped out' by the thought of doing a science experiment with the chemicals in my brain. I am also quite over weight, eat poorly and get no exercise. I'm thinking that maybe committing to better nutrition, more water and a regular exercise routine could help me. Surely, those things must have some effect on brain chemicals to.
897494 tn?1267479664 ) I am a personal trainer at a well-known gym. I have a B.S. in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention, and a Minor in Exercise Science. Unfortunately, there are a lot of reasons why you may not be losing weight. But, I have a few recommendations for you that will most likely help (by no means is this an exhaustive list, but it should at least get you going in the right direction)! First of all, it sounds to me like you may need to increase the duration of your cardio.
964096 tn?1299510936 in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention with a minor in Exercise Science. Girl...I'm not gonna lie to you...you got a lot goin on here! There are unfortunately a lot of reasons why you haven't had much progress yet. To be perfectly honest with you, if at all possible, I would purchase at least a few sessions with a trainer so that he/she can give you a proper routine and help give you a bit more education on a few key things.
Avatar n tn in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention with a minor in Exercise Science. This happens especially with legs. It's called delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS for short. The day following your leg workout, you will be sore. Two days after you've done legs, you will be even more sore. Three days out the pain will start to subside. This is common especially if you are new to working out, or haven't worked out in a while. This won't last forever.
932329 tn?1245432435 I have a B.S. in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention with a minor in Exercise Science. You would be better off going with a better quality vitamin. One-a-day and Centrum are tablets. Tablets contain binding agents and are pressed, so your body has a very hard time absorbing them. The vast majority of these pills end up getting stuck in your GI tract, so you're basically just wasting your money. When choosing a vitamin, look for one in capsule form.
1684282 tn?1505701570 At our drug detox center we administer Naltrexone pellet underneath the skin to delivers the medicine gradually over 2 months. This is a minor operative procedure. Naltrexone prevents opiates from getting back into the brain receptors and thus maintains abstinence for 2 months. We recommend repeating the Naltrexone pellet implant every 2 months over a period of six to twelve months. I say that because the patient’s thought process will take a few months to change to the new sober life style.
Avatar f tn in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention with a minor in Exercise Science. There are a few things that are the probable cause of your weight loss difficulty, but the number one reason is this... Most likely, your caloric intake is MUCH too low! Are you familiar with BMR (basal metabolic rate) and RMR (resting metabolic rate)? If not, here is a brief explanation...
Avatar m tn in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention with a minor in Exercise Science. A combination of cardio & resistance training is ABSOLUTELY the most effective way to lose fat and improve your metabolism. Good idea to get started with some resistance training! The workout you listed is more suited for a person who has been doing resistance training for at least 16 weeks.
Avatar f tn Hi, my 9 year old beagle dog has been on prescription c/d science diet pretty much his whole life. The doctor recommended it because his PH levels in his urine were high. He's never actually developed crystals or bladder stones, perhaps the prescription diet prevented this, not sure. Anyway, throughout his life, he has always had soft stool. It was either diahrea or soft stool, but never hard. It's likely why he has chronic anal gland infections.
Avatar n tn Thanks for your response, I beleive the PVC's i was experiencing all those years ago were only minor, I was becoming aware of my heart beating slightly irregular but nothing major - when I started getting periodic breathlessness during exercise i got suspicious that something wasn't quite right.
Avatar f tn in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention as well as a minor in Exercise Science. I actually just responded to a similar question on another thread. I will copy and paste my advice and delete the parts that don't pertain to your situation. The post is a little long, but stick with me, there's a lot of good stuff in there!
Avatar f tn Chest X-ray: Normal, minor hyperventilation Chest CT-Scan (without contrast): Normal Blood tests: Normal including blood gases etc, minor anemia seen (not iron related, iron levels were great) ECG: Normal Spirometry: Normal functions I am continuing to experience the symptoms (at rest as well) through out the day. I am not feeling tired at all even after 45 minutes of gym work (including bicycling, treadmill run etc). What could be the reason of my continued sighing dyspnea?
908622 tn?1243371353 in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention as well as a minor in Exercise Science. I actually just responded to a similar question on another thread. I will copy and paste my advice to you and delete the parts that don't pertain to your situation. The post is a little long, but stick with me, there's a lot of good stuff in there!
Avatar f tn I tend to feel that, given that our condition is rejected by medical professionals, yet is clearly a real thing, I'm not as worried as the author about lack of science behind Leaky guy/ candida overgrowth. We are essentially in uncharted waters which requires us taking some leaps and thinking outside the box. Here is the article- http://www.self.com/story/candida-overgrowth-problem-too-much-yeast-no-too-little-science Overall, I haven't been able to consistently reduce my symptoms.
676912 tn?1332816151 in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention with a minor in Exercise Science. First things first, don't take hydroxycut (or anything else of that nature) it is ****. It will mess up your metabolism, and yes, most likely, you will gain weight once you stop taking it. Also, since it sounds like you've had some musculoskeltal issues, I would consult with your dr. first and get cleared for exercise. As far as exercise goes, the first step is always the hardest.
Avatar m tn Should I start medication or is it okay to start with exercise? I have not been doing any exercises during the last 1 year. Fasting Blood Sugar: 97 Serum Cholesterol: 240 Triglycerides: 109 HDL - 47 LDL - 171 VLDL - 25 TC/ HDL Ratio - 5.
773138 tn?1329950549 Welcome to the community. Walking is great exercise and will help you lose weight. According to my gastroenterologist, 1 mile uses approx 100 calories, but that would depend on the speed/intensity. It should help that you are alternating your walking with jogging. Please read the following post for further information regarding walking and weight loss: http://www.medhelp.
Avatar m tn I am a PhD student in social sciences, I have more than 10 international publications and shocked with the progress of medicine science, especially in HIV field. I received a very brief oral sex 1 month ago in London. I visited three different health centers. First doctor told me that there is no risk and no need for testing for your sexual exposure.
Avatar f tn I noticed during the holiday season last year how my weight had jumped up terribly fast, so on January 1st I started keeping a food and exercise diary to see what I was doing wrong. I was consuming around 3,500 calories a day, huge amounts of fat, and only exercising 2-3 days a week - no wonder I gained weight! For the first 2 months of keeping the diary, I simply tracked what I was doing and made minor changes to my eating habits...
Avatar n tn I am a 34 yr old woman. Dont drink. dont smoke. Dont eat meat. Exercise daily. I was in ER last week with sharp pains under my chest bone. Excruciating pain. worst I ever felt. It comes on when I indulge in rich foods that I normally never eat due to strict diet. I have to go back next week for more blood work. the ER doctor was concern with my current blood test results. What does this mean? IM scared. please advice flagged: 13.6 wbc 38.5 hematocrit 85.50 neutophil 8.
Avatar m tn I have found this board extremely helpful and I offer this statement from my eye doctor. I was on the fence between Crystalens and the Tecnis MONOfocal, but have now decided on monofocal: "If you interested in Crystalens, I can do it for you. but you should know that 1) Crystalens work best for far and intermediate distance (about 75cm-1meter). but for small letter and near tasks it can't compare to multifocal IOL such as Restor or Acri.
Avatar m tn The majority of people have a few outbreaks and follow the 6 months - 2 year rule of thumb, with a lot of people having only one or two minor outbreaks. The thing with this virus which is frustrating, is that there are no definates, and people tend to believe there own ideas based on personal experience. Someone might have a bad time with warts, and then they generalise and tell others thats just how it is, when it isn't. The virus differs dramatically between people.
1530063 tn?1372268607 ALT/AST- alcohol use? heavy exercise? Glucose- meal within 12 hrs? All of the above are some commonly associated influences with the minor elevations on your labs. But with a history of HCV with those labs, I would ask my doc to write for a TMA RNA (<10 IU.... most PCR are only sensitive to <49 IU), and though TMA is far from absolute, it's the best commercially available.
Avatar f tn Im a pre-med I hope to be an Doctor of Osteopathic Family practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy or a DO anesthesiologist. Im taking Exercise science with a minor in biology and chemistry for my undergrads Im a sophomore at the moment. Im taking immunology in spring of 2015 but a few students at school were talking about antibodies and most of them said you never get rid of them and It didn't seem right to me because they are a protein and can change shape eventually!