, try walking for a month or until your calf strains are healed. Then mix in small amounts of running. Don't increase your running more often than once a week. Use calf strains as an indicator that you're doing...
Perhaps you're doing too much, too soon. Try cutting your runs in half and be sure you do them at a comfortable pace such that you could talk with a buddy. Your body needs 48 hyours to recover from a stressful run, so on the
Hi Carol, thanks for getting back to me. I noticed this about two years ago I walked the every night and my legs sometimes both would give me pain up the sides...seems like from Ankles up. My left let was always worse and I
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperventilation Sorry but that's my thought, too. A vasovagal reaction can lead to loss of blood pressure (thus fainting, which luckily you didn't do) which could then lead to hyperventilation a
If you haven't changed your hair products, that might actually be a reasonable next step to determine if you've developed a sensitivity to an ingredient. The larger problem is that manufacturers put in many, many chemicals,
Dear Gail, Ice therapy will help to decrease the pain in the rhomboids. Trigger point therapy will also be useful. I know it is hard to reach back to your rhomboid muscles, but if you use a device such as the BackNobber or t