Why do your legs move at night and you have to constantly stretch them to get it to stop?
This sounds like restless leg syndrome. You need to see your doctor about this! If it is RLS, treatment is available.
That's because of its legs they stretch it so wide
For your legs, you can get a stretch cord, and do the exercises that they box gives you. for example, attach the stretch cord to both feet then move one leg up and down. For the butt... idk.
by using their legs
First stand in a star position with your legs wide and arms up an wide, then put your hand on your hips, then move your body one way ( left or right) but keep legs still,hold stretch so that your groin is now tight hold for 15 seconds then change to other side
The earth is constantly rotating, so the stars appear to move accross the sky from our perspective on the earths surface.
Fluid accumulates in the legs (due to gravity) when they are stationary. It is forced up when the muscles move, which is why it is advised to stand up, stretch and walk around a little after being seated for a long time.
stretch your legs, then while on your back put your legs in the air and move them as if you're doing squats. I experience similar symptoms to what you have, however, it only happens to me when im immobile too long.
the eye muscles because your eyes move constantly, day and night and they do so intensively
They Move with the help of their legs. They move their legs and move.
It is a cheerleading move where the cheerleader jumps and separates their legs and reaches for their feet. For this move the toes don't actually need to be touched, it is the same as a straddle in gymnastics or trampolining. Many people often do toe-touches on the floor when there legs are spread apart and they bend down the middle to touch their feet, it is recognised as a straddle stretch
it hops and stretch their long legs the biochemistry the frogs movement is concealed within the legs and the hyprothermine bladder. With this structure, the frogs movement is incredible, for it propels the frog forward to incredible heights. this astonishing fact is the secret to the frogs movement. They jump... Ever heard of LEAP frog strong bones in their legs
a fish has no legs and can move
Yes, they move slowly but constantly. Faster during earthquakes.
Armadillos move using there legs. Legs are awesome
Because newborn babies have baby fat on them. When a baby is still inside the mother's womb, the fetus is in a position that it has it's legs crossed. The reason why for this is because the baby, however doesn't have enough room to move around that much. Since it is crowed in the womb, the baby cannot stretch out it's legs. When the child just comes out of it's mother the child's legs are… Read More
No. Horses need to move around to keep proper circulation in their legs. Being in a stall most of the day and all night is not healthy for them.
Welcome to the disorder called restless leg syndrome.It cause is poorly defined and the treatments unreliable.Medical opinion relates many cases to a disorder similar to Parkinson's Disease. It responds to the drugs and treatment for that disease. Poorly functioning kidneys cause muscle cramp sea may slo influence the condition. Others have an onset with various cancers. There are non-medical reasons related to diet, caffeine intake, over exercise and other causes.To take care of the condition… Read More
They usually sleeping the day seeing that they are nocturnal. They some times move around during the day to eat/drink or stretch but, they do most of their movement at night.
Yes horses move with there legs . If they brake a leg or twist it then they can't move at all.
The earth is constantly moving eastward, so the stars appear to move westward. This is an optical illusion that is supported by Newton's 3rd Law (every action has an equal and opposite reaction).
Frogs have four legs so that they can use their front legs to move their body. Their back legs are to give them momentum to jump. Four legs are necessary for them to move.
Yes, they constantly move. Solid materials move the least, with gases moving the most.
Enough so it can move, stretch, run around and feed in. Enough so it can move, stretch, run around and feed in.
If it's primarily your legs, it could be Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS). You will need to see a doc for a definite diagnosis, and there are methods of treatment, mainly prescription. Hope it helps!
Yes they do, tattoos will stretch and move with any part of the skin.
They can walk, run, jump, stretch their necks up, twirl (if you train them they can walk on their hind legs, and roll over) Their move ant is called a "scat" Sorry that's all I can name! Hope this helped!
they have no legs
Spiders have 8 legs. To move they fill their legs with blood, forcing the legs to straighten out. The front legs reach ahead of the spider and the back legs, when straightened out push the spider forwards.
they move on all four legs or they can walk on both of there legs if they want to
they move with their legs
They move with there legs
African elephants move their front legs and then they move back legs just like a dog or a cat.
Democritus was the one who said that atoms constantly move. He was a Greek philosopher and said this around 440 BC.
No, snail's do not have legs. The muscle in which they move on is called a foot, but they do not have legs.
they have things attached to their body, you may have heard of legs, they then move their legs and thats how they walk....
they move with there legs
So they can move.
they move with their legs
They move with their legs
elephant move in there legs
The ape Move with there legs
they walk and move with there legs.
they move with there 100ntiny legs
turkeys move with their legs
The official term for animals with four legs is quadrupedal. So it should be said that animals with four legs move quadrupedally.
Star fish can lift their legs, stretch them, and place them down in another spot, just as a human. Of course, this takes longer for a starfish to do, but it is the same concept of... leg use? You may want to watch a video of a moving starfish.
There are many symptoms associated with restless leg syndrome. The most common is the feeling that you have to move your legs. Many say they feel like they are walking. Other symptoms include: the sensation that you legs are crawling, throbbing, burning and pain or itchy legs. The symptoms may vary in severity, with more people reporting more symptoms during the night while sleeping because their legs will be twitching or kicking hundreds of times… Read More
they move on their legs and feet and they climb places they move on their legs and feet and they climb places
No. It has legs and feet and muscles in its shoulders, upper legs and hocks that help it move it's legs and thus be mobile.
A worm does not have legs.