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Causes of Shoulder Pain Since the shoulder is the most flexible joint, a number of factors and conditions can contribute to shoulder pain. The most prevalent cause is an injury to the soft tissues, including the muscles, tendons, and ligaments within the shoulder. This could be due to repetitive use or overuse injury. It can even be due to soreness of the tendon in the rotator cuff. Sometimes, the pain in your shoulder is actually emanating from injury to some other adjoining area, such as the neck or biceps. This is known as referred pain and does not aggravate with...

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10 Most Likely Causes of Heel Pain Each of your feet and ankles are made up of twenty six bones, thirty three joints and more than one hundred tendons. The heel bone – medically referred to as the calcaneus – is actually the largest bone in your foot, and is the first portion of the foot which makes contact with the ground as you walk. Therefore any pain in the heel of your foot can not only lead to severe discomfort; it cause difficulty in carrying out simple everyday activities such as walking. Understanding the causes of heel pain can help in...

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Although it does require a certain level of sacrifice and effort to lose weight, it is not necessarily mean a slow and cumbersome process. If you do it right, you can actually lose weight quickly. I mean very fast, almost equal to or more than 2-3 pounds per week. Intermittent Fasting This type of diet, also known as “IF”, is recently becoming a way for people to lose weight quickly and easily. As the name implies, intermittent fasting is based on a few (12-20) hours of not eating. Don't be carnival after fasting. This will only make you feel sick....

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What is the Sciatic Nerve? It begins in the lower back where it joins with several “branches” of nerves, forming one large nerve that runs all the way down through your buttocks to your feet. The most common sciatica symptoms include:1)Strong, sometimes shooting pains in the limbs and lower back — pain can start in the back and 2)work its way down the buttocks and thighs3)Numbness and tingling in the limbs4)Trouble moving or exercising5)Feeling stiff and unable to flex the feet6)Pain when sleeping7)Throbbing and inflammation around the thighs or lower back when sitting or standing for a period of time...

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  There are so many methods to protect your knees, here attached 6 ways to maintain healthy knees. Pick knee-friendly sports. Rowing, cross-country skiing, and cycling are knee-friendly activities because they are low impact and don't encourage twisting.   Put ice on it. Don't ignore a tweak or strain, no matter what sport you take up. This is a simple way to reduce inflammation and pain.   Avert rotation of hips and knees. Jumping and slowing down from a run—common to many exercises—seem to be particularly bad for the knee's ACL (anterior cruciate ligament). Land with joints aligned so that hips are over knees, knees are...

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