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... mins or I stumble and my legs get weak. This symptom was especially bad in the first 3 weeks after the stent operation, when I had first started taking medication. ... (0 replies)
... I am obese, have always been, take bp meds, lisinopril, and menopausal. could the medications cause this weakness of getting enough blood to my back or anemia be a cause as my periods are pretty heavy tho they only now come every 6 weeks. in fact I have skipped a few too. ... (0 replies)
... I started weight training seriously for the first time in my life several months ago. I'm 23 y.o. and very slender. I increase my weights with moderation but after a few weeks of doing lateral raises, I started getting weakness and slight pain in my shoulders. ... (0 replies)

... by the sounds of it you could do with little more magnesium in your diet. its one of the key nutrients for energy release and healthy muscle function. studies have shown that those who exercise intensively regularly run the risk of developing magnesium deficiency (muscle weakness, tiredness, depression) unless they get enough from their diet or from supplements. the extra need... (13 replies)
... Your body burns calories simply to survive. It's called your Basic Metabolic Rate and there are many formulas which can help you calculate it. The rate at which you burn calories is influenced by a number of factors, one of which is the amount of muscle tissue you have. Muscle is an active tissue and requires calories for upkeep. Fat does not. In other words, the more muscle... (10 replies)
... When you suck in your stomach you stabalize your back. It is very important to keep your tummy tucked in while walking and doing every exercise you do. ... (17 replies)


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