Are the "bumpy patches" a result of your anxiety and stress? Perhaps. But they may also be due to any number of things.
If you are concerned your doctor should be able to provide a diagnosis, or refer you to a specialist
can bring this about. So can some medications such as diuretics (used to lower blood pressure) and statins (used to lower cholesterol). However, dietary supplements containing red yeast rice, the precursor to statins...
Have you changed your soaps, lotions and/or detergents lately? Perhaps this is contact dermatitis? Have you stayed overnight in any hotels lately? There've been reports of bed bug infestations. Have you been outdoors? Pe
The fact that it went away is good news. As a suggestion, try cutting the time of your jogging in half. Also, begin and end your workouts with 5 minutes of walking. Then a minute or two of slower jogging. Your body needs to w
Thank you for the response. I have been tested for diabetes, and while not diabetic, I am hypoglycemic and carry a meter to check my sugar. I don't know if it is relevant, but I am 10 tears post op from gastric bypass surger
Assuming you didn't injure yourself, you've probably been going too fast or too far for your present condition. Take a few days off for rest and then cut your distance in half and maybe run slower to see if that helps. Also,
Bump on the Lipby
A couple of months ago, K developed this bump on her lip that just wouldn't go away. At first, we thought it was an ulcer developing (or what our American counterparts would call a canker sore). But like I said, it ju
The Joggling Show Must Go Onby
Clang, bump, clang, bump. And so it went as I slowly descended the three flights of the dark red, metal staircase. Going down stairs hurts the most. With 23 marathons under my belt, it’s not an unfamiliar pain, but it sti