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I have pain for 2 years in my left side neck ,whenever the pain occurs head ache start at that time I feel helpless, at that time I will break my head myself and I lay on the ground a person put the weight on my neck area that time only I can feel free? Please tell what I have to do get out of this pain? Why is this happening is there any problem on my neck?
Can knee pain of (uterus and ovaries operated) my wife, 60, (73 kg) be cured without surgery / medication? please quote cost and period of treatment also.
I am 30 yes old boy my question is during fast running I have so many pain in my leg above ankles. Kindly advise me.
Am 17 years old with a swollen foot for 2 years now I don't feel any pain from it but when I trek a long distance the foot makes me very uncomfortable like someone who has trek from USA to Indian and it swell up more, or when am in school after sitting for just a short period it start swelling is being like this for 2 years now and it never come down to the size of my normal foot just my right foot only.
Why our body feel so much pain on joints while first time going to gym or hard exercise. And how this can be control?
Maintaining good oral hygiene has now become all the more important. A new study has linked the cause of migraines to be a specific type of bacteria present in mouth and gut. People complaining of splitting headaches is fairly common place nowadays. Statistics in india show that nearly one third indian women and one fifth of indian men suffer from this type of headache.
Symptoms of migraine include:
Moderate to severe pain that affects the whole head or may shift to one side
Increased sensitivity to light, sound and pungent odour
Blurring of vision
Nausea and/or vomiting
Seeing dark spots in front of eyes
There are three different types of headaches- severe headache, cluster headache and migraine.
Headache is simply unpleasant pain in the head region of varying intensity. Cluster headache is intense one sided headache with tearing in the eye of the side of the pain. Migraines are moderate to severe pain in the head, usually diffuse and presents along with the above stated symptoms.
Causes of migraine:
Knowing what causes migraine can help avoid it. Common causes that affect different people are as follows:
Hormonal changes and supplements
Over use of contraceptive pills
Sleeping in small closed rooms with inadequate ventilation
Overuse of mosquito repellent
Bad oral hygiene
Overuse of pain killers
Food that triggers migraine:
Many people experience migraine because of different food items. Identify your trigger and then try hard to avoid it.
Processed and canned meat products
Onions, potatoes, spinach, and over eating of rice
Since many years now, nitrate medicines have been used to maintain cardiovascular health and previous research has revealed that heart patients who were given medications containing nitrates routinely complained of headaches. The migraineurs had high nitrate levels, but the actual connection to link the two had not been established until now.
Researchers at the university of california-san diego investigated this further to identify the connection between what the migraineurs eat that alters their experience with migraines. Bacterial sequencing was done on the 172 participants of samples collected from their mouth and gut. Tests showed an abundance of nitrate reducing bacteria in their faecal samples, but even more in their mouth bacteria.
The study published in the journal msystems has identified the link between oral bacteria and migraine, but it is still not evident whether these bacteria are the cause or a result of migraine. But even then it is best to stay safe from our side by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and a good oral hygiene. Migraine is often neglected by the patients and hence becomes difficult to treat. Identify the above triggers and causes of migraine and consult a physician if you have any of them.
I Overhead Shoulder Reach
How many times a day do you reach overhead? Chances are it’s not many,our surroundings have become so convenient. The more you practice this movement, the easier common tasks like reaching for a high cabinet door become.
1.Standing with your feet shoulder width apart, reach your right arm straight up toward the ceiling until you feel a stretch in the shoulder along the right side. Then switch arms and reach high with your left arm.
2. For the final movement, reach both arm sup over your head toward the ceiling until you feel a stretch on both sides of your body.
II Backhand and Forehand Swing
Sports such as golf, tennis, and badminton require excellent shoulder flexibility and strength. Use this dynamic movement as part of an active warm-up. Begin slowly and allow the weight of your arm to gradually increase speed and range of motion.
1.Place your left hand on a wall and extend the arm fully. Reach your right arm across your chest and under your left shoulder by dropping your right shoulder until you feel the stretch in the back of the shoulder.
2. Complete the backhand by swinging the right arm back through the start position and allowing the momentum to raise the extended arm as high over the right shoulder as possible.
The Importance of Good Posture While Stretching Muscles
The Importance of Good Posture
Good posture is one of the most important and overlooked elements of successful stretching. It not only serves an aesthetic purpose, but good posture aids breathing and physical health, and prevents joint and soft tissue damage.
It’s important to keep a neutral spine while stretching. It’s often easy to arch your back or strain your neck to complete a stretch, but the reality is that you’re compromising the stretch and placing a strain on your joints.
The good standing posture looks like the hips,shoulders, and spine are all aligned and vertical. This is often referred to as ''standing tall''.