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I have OA in both knees and also need a hip (R) joint replacement for which I need to take off about 26 - 30 Kg. Is there any exercise that will help me walk or injections for cushioning in these areas - I want to avoid surgery - I am 63 years old and female. The metabolism in my body has slowed down and due to pain in hip am unable to walk even 10 mt without stopping. Pl answer. Thank you.
I am 60 years old man and have back pain last 3 years haven't got any relief what should I do now? Please help me doctor?
I had diabetes in my pregnancy time, but after delivery it's gone, my question is, if any chance to come back.
I feel pain in my back bone from long time, now from some days I feel pain during any movements of body. Please give me your kind advise. Thank you.
After couple of month's of my delivery I started having pain in knees. My baby is now 2 yrs. It happens mainly during climbing stairs or getting up from the floor. Please suggest remedy.
I'm 50 years old and I have severe backbone pain. I'm taking homeopathic medicine. When x-ray was removed, doctor told me that there is hole/empty space in spine. Today morning I had severe pain and could not take breath. Till I take calcium medicine it is ok and if I don't take then pain increases. please suggest some permanent remedy.
I am 30 year old female and if have backache and neck pain for past 4 months. As iam working in computer for at least for 8 to 9 hrs. When in rest it was ok. But if strained again pain starts. What should I do now? Should I continue my job or shall I change to teaching filed. please advice.
I got a faint positive result. But I have periods like cramps and backaches too. I had a chemical pregnancy 3 months back and had a lot of cramps. So I am afraid. Is cramps and back pain normal in normal pregnancies?
I am 54 years old. At present I am having B.P and taking medicine. I am having always, pains in legs arms back pains. Now a days I am getting irritated very quickly, while listening mobile talkers loudly in public, tv and sound, and in house my wife will be cleaning vessels that sound. Some times I will become very angry my daughters speaking loudly, Why this is happening. And always some thing will be running in mind. Please get me the solution. Now I am taking Stemlobeta and Alprose as my doctor advised.
As children we wait to grow up and have a strong body as endorsed by our favorite movie stars, athlete, close friends and family members. We all strongly believe that a good physique is a great ways to attract people. What we often fail to recognize is that reaping a healthy body and a good physique requires small daily inputs. There are small things which most of us can do to help our muscles remain young and strong. Read on to know more about some magical ways to look youthful.
- Lift those Weights: While most think of cardio workouts, not everybody turns to the weights (learn more to maintain the healthy weight). Weights are one of the best ways to maintain muscle mass. Include it as a part of your routine, do it often, and gradually increase the frequency and the weights to cover all body parts including arms, back, shoulders, chest and legs.
- Eat more protein: A protein-rich diet reduces the risk of muscle loss. While most people tend to just move to an all-protein diet, that is not the best way. For 1 kg of your weight, add 1.5 g of protein in your diet. For muscle building, you need about double what a normal person would need, which is about 0.8 g per kg. As a safe practice, check with your trainer and dietitian to arrive at a diet that would suit your requirements (Read more about Importance of Protein)
- Plan your meals: As your body needs all essential ingredients, plan your meal to ensure it covers all nutrients. From a muscle building point of view, ensure the required amount of protein is packed in all the 3 meals. It is good to spread out the protein intake through your meals rather than have one protein-loaded meal in a day.
- Pomegranates: These so called 'wonder fruits' contain a molecule which reduces the effects of ageing in the muscles. There are even pomegranate extracts which are believed to provide the same benefits, so the season is not a problem.
- Get some sun: While it is definitely not advisable to sun bath daily, getting a good amount of sun on a daily basis is very good for both the mind and the body. Sunlight, which is the main source of vitamin D, can reduce muscle weakness. It is also essential for calcium absorption, which is essential for muscle and bone health. Reduced amounts of vitamin D have been shown to lead to muscle wasting. A good idea is to walk or run out in the sun instead of in the gym. You get the benefits of both the sun and the workout, leaving you rejuvenated.
Try these simple tricks and see your muscle take time to lose their firmness and strength.