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Its exactly what you would presume it would be, its when one mucle is largly bigger than the other... so if you do 500 bicep curls a day with your right hand, but you dont do any on your left, within a few weeks to a few months you will have a muscle imbalance
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its when a persons hormones are not balanced out. it can lead to mental illnesses.
Is it possible for serious electrolyte imbalance to caise severe muscle and joint pain throughout the body?
I am not a doctor, but I believe I have issues with electrolyte imbalance. I notice that every so often I begin to get a pain that starts in my abdomen and slowly creeps up my… chest and is most severe in my spinal column. I noticed that when I would take pain medications like (Tylenol, aspirin, etc.) it would make the pain worse. Sometimes it goes away when I drink more water, sometimes when I eat things with potassium. I wish there was an at-home testing device so that I could easily figure out what it is that my body needs. The reason why I think that it's an electrolyte imbalance is the first time I ever felt that same pain was when I was once severely dehydrated at school. (we were on the 3rd floor in the summertime... the windows were broken and they refused to let us bring in waters.) I sometime will get it when I have my period (it might be because hormones get all weird and so electrolyte levels get affected) I had mentioned this pain to a pharmacist and she said that the same thing happened to her and not to take pain medication. I can't remember exactly but it either uses up electrolytes or water in your body, making the pain worse. She also said that that particular "pain" that I was feeling was my body taking water from my spinal column and using it in other areas more crucial. The result is the spaces between the spinal column have no "water cusion" and so are rubbing together resulting in the severe pain. Once one of my friends was complaining to me that he was having severe back pain, and it wasn't a normal pain he was used to. It was sounding awfully familiar to the symptoms I have. It was a really hot day during the summer and I happened to ask him what he ate that day. He told me ramen noodles (which are loaded with salt). I told him to start drinking lots of water and hopefully it would flush out all that excess salt. He did and eventually started to feel better. My thoughts of what's going on based on what info I've collected is: Your body has a balance going on of electrolytes and water. You need water to survive, as well as electrolytes. The water doesn't go where it's supposed to automatically, the electrolytes tell it what to do and where to go. If you have too little electrolytes it can result in a siezure. In my case I believe that I'm taking in too much or too much of one type of electrolyte and it's causing an imbalance. Electrolytes can be sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium and I believe a couple of other things. I tried to tell my primary care doctor that I think that I have an electrolyte imbalance, but she was rude and essentially thought I was crazy. I switched doctors, so hopefully I can see if my new doctor will at least give me a blood test or something to see if this is the case. To me the pharmacist that told me she had the same symptoms and the same reaction to pain medication lets me know that I'm not crazy and maybe there's something to my constant battle of electrolyte imbalance. Hi, my name is Barb and I wish to add to this Answer. My 4 year old daughter has had mild to severe diarrhea off and on for 4 weeks. Seen by 4 different doctors and 3 different hopitals and clinics over this time. She has obvious electrolyte imblance, is week and generally looks like hell. As of late she's been unable to raise her right arm, limps with a walk and overall is weak/sore upon movement. After discussion with the doctor it was decided that I up her intake of foods higher in potassium and continue give her Pedialyte electrolyte and fluid replacement. She is improving slowly now. (we are also waiting on tests to help determine her problem). My opinion is that YES, electrolyte imbalances can cause muscle weakness.
A policy, adopted by government, aimed at redressing http://www.answers.com/topic/uneven-development within a country. The incentives for a government to tackle regional imbal…ance include: a desire to alleviate regional unrest, the wish to unite party representatives from poorer, as well as richer regions, a yearning for social justice, the need to check out-migration from disadvantaged regions, and the ambition to use fully the human resources and plant of a declining area. Measures include: improving the http://www.answers.com/topic/infrastructure; building new towns to move people away from poor housing stock and to stimulate the construction industry; and providing inducements to new industry to locate in the area in the form of tax incentives, grants and subsidies, and the provision of purpose-built factories. Recent thinking, however, has argued that disadvantaged regions will be regions of cheap labour which will ultimately attract investment without government intervention or expenditure, and there has been a shift in Britain from assistance at a regional level to assistance to smaller, well-defined units. See http://www.answers.com/topic/enterprise-zone, http://www.answers.com/topic/urban-development-corporation.
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any reduction in electrolytes than the contol value that may lead to physical or mental disturbances.
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An imbalance caused by contraction of pectoralis minor would result in what type of body position. what opposing muscles might be affected by this contraction?
It commonly causes scapula problems and results in rounded shoulders.
Imbalance is the state or condition of lacking balance, as in proportion or distribution.
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Phosphorus imbalance refers to conditions in which the element phosphorus is present in the body at too high a level (hyperphosphatemia) or too low a level (hypophosphatemia)
A mineral found in the fluid that surrounds cells, magnesium (Mg) is an essential component of more than 300 enzymes that regulate many body functions. Imbalances occur when t…he blood contains more or less magnesium than it should.
a hormonal imbalance is when your body doesn't have the right amount of hormones. a women has a lot of estrogen and a little amount of testosterone. witch are hormones, a man …has a lot of testosterone, and a little amount of estrogen. these hormones basically are the way your emotions work and your sexual emotions work when your body has an imbalance it will effect they way you feel about life many get very aggravated and depressed some become suicidal as well.
What adrenal gland homeostatic imbalance is characterized by persistent elevated blood gulcose levels dramatic losses in muscle and bone protein and water and salt retention leading to hypertension?
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