... physical exertion; high risks of frostbite and dehydration; and other less than ideal conditions in which to monitor glucose ...
Persistent pain in the genitalia and/or genital area(s). Groin pain upon physical exertion. Pain when achieving an erection and ... ejaculation or physical exertion. There is a noticeable increase in pressure within the vas deferens on the testicular side ...
Miles, W.R. (1928). "Studies of physical exertion: I. A multiple chronograph for measuring groups of men". American Physical ... ISBN 978-0-313-29274-3. Miles, W. R.; Graves, B. C. (1931). "Studies in physical exertion: III. Effect of signal variation on ... His notable publications from his work with studying reaction time and physical exertion of football players: Miles, W. R.; ... Miles, W. R. (1931). "Studies in physical exertion: II. Individual and group reaction time in football charging". Research ...
Humans also desire to eliminate physical exertion. This can explain the shift to more sedentary lifestyles from occupational, ... Decreasing physical leisure activities can also be contributed to urbanization wherein access to fields needed to play such ... Sharma S (2010). "Assessing diet and lifestyle in the Canadian Arctic Inuit and Inuvialuit to inform a nutrition and physical ... Major changes in economic structures from agrarian economies to industrialized economies are reducing physical activity levels ...
Journal of Sports Medical Physical Fitness, 46, 425-430. Rejeski, W.J. (1985). Perceived exertion: An active or passive process ... In addition to making physical activity and exercise more enjoyable, athletes have used music as an ergogenic aid. Most of the ... Boutcher, S. & Trenske, M. (1990). The effects of sensory deprivation and music on perceived exertion and affect during ... Effect of music on perceived exertion, plasma lactate, norepinephrine and cardiovascular hemodynamis during treadmill running. ...
... agility and physical exertion. Little is known about the exact rules of the game, but sources indicate the game was a violent ... Great are the exertion and fatigue attendant upon contests of ball-playing, and violent twisting and turning of the neck. Hence ...
The less physical exertion, the more PSPs recovered; a walking PC recovers 3 PSPs per hour, and a resting PC recovers twice as ...
The less physical exertion, the more PSPs recovered; a walking PC recovers 3 PSPs per hour, and a resting PC recovers twice as ... Psychometabolism Psychometabolism powers change the physical properties of some creature, thing, or condition. They include ...
The physical exertion of playing was taking its toll; by the end of the tour he had to be given oxygen after the shows and was ...
Executive basic drills Physical training Passing the Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT) Operating and firing a SAR 21 ... Exertion-related injuries sustained at an SADF basic training centre". South African Medical Journal = Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif ... The final PT Test is the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT). Usually, a Soldier needs to score at least 60 points in each APFT ... Throughout, the physical fitness of recruits is tested and developed, although evidence from Israel, Norway, South Africa, the ...
Weakness is often relieved temporarily after exertion or physical exercise. High temperatures can worsen the symptoms. Weakness ...
Class IV: any physical activity brings on discomfort and symptoms occur at rest. This score documents the severity of symptoms ... Class II: slight, mild limitation of activity; the patient is comfortable at rest or with mild exertion. Class III: marked ... Physical examination may reveal pitting peripheral edema, ascites, and liver enlargement. Jugular venous pressure is frequently ... A person's risk of developing heart failure is inversely related to their level of physical activity. Those who achieved at ...
"Physical exertion (lifting) and retinal detachment among people with myopia". Epidemiology. 19 (6): 868-71. doi:10.1097/EDE. ...
Abduction of the vocal folds is important during physical exertion. The vocal folds are separated by about 8 mm (0.31 in) ...
The physical frame is capable of great and long-continued exertion. Their mental capacity renders them incapable of successful ... his inquiry into the physical, mental, and moral development of the negro race seems to point them clearly, as peculiarly ...
Travelers became soaked from rain and sweat from their physical exertion; the sun's reflection against the snow could burn ... Physical illness was not the only problem to plague the travelers, as many also went insane from the conditions along the ... The long, full skirts were ill-suited for any physical labour, and were often made with five yards (or more) of material, ...
Cases not associated with physical exertion typically occur in those at the extremes of age or with long term health problems. ... Heat stroke occurs because of high external temperatures or physical exertion. Risk factors include heat waves, high humidity, ... Treatment is by rapid physical cooling of the body and supportive care. Recommended methods include spraying the person with ... Heat stroke occurs when thermoregulation is overwhelmed by a combination of excessive metabolic production of heat (exertion), ...
The introduction of modern transportation such as automobiles also decreased physical exertion. Meanwhile, Western foods which ... American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 27: 153-178. doi:10.1002/ajpa.1330270508. ...
Sad end to physical exertion (Financial Times) "The "father of marathon medicine"". BMJ. 2015. Retrieved 7 October 2015. " ...
He believes that "opportunity is important but exertion is indispensable" (p553). It is not luck that makes a man a self-made ... man, but considerable physical and mental effort. Similar to Franklin's virtue of industry, Douglass underlines the importance ...
Symptoms include exercise intolerance, exertional syncope (fainting from physical exertion) and sudden death. One study ...
Almost half of these HCM deaths happen during or just after physical exertion. The disease is equally prevalent in males and ... 1) Physical Examination and Medical History Defined: Refers to a thorough but general physical examination that most patients ... A medical history and physical examination were found to have little sensitivity or power to detect HCM; but ECG or ... This consists of a history, physical examination, urinalysis, resting and exercise ECG, and pulmonary functioning test. All of ...
During physical exertion or sudden movements, the ligament is overly stretched, causing pain. Varicosities, e.g. enlargement of ... physical exertion, and long periods in the same resting position. A change in daily activities can help find relief and prevent ... Physical examination, ultrasonography, and blood and urine tests may be able to pinpoint the actual cause of abdominal pain. In ... Shooting abdominal pain when performing sudden movements or physical exercise. Pain is sudden, intermittent and lasts only for ...
This form of stretching prepares the body for physical exertion and sports performance. In the past it was the practice to ... Dance Physical Exercise Blakey, WP. "Stretching without Pain." p. 9 Blakey, WP. "Stretching without Pain." p. 26 Blakey, WP. " ... Loss of flexibility can be a predisposing factor for physical issues such as pain syndromes or balance disorders. Sex, age, and ... Dynamic stretching increases range of movement, blood and oxygen flow to soft tissues prior to exertion. Increasingly coaches ...
This may include physical exercise, stretching, proper bodily function and myofascial release (massage, foam roller). Exercises ... Massaging the forearm muscles also alleviates the tightness that occurs with muscles exertion. Stretching allows the muscles ... Treatments excluding surgery can include osteopathic, chiropractic, physical therapy and occupational therapy rehabilitation. ...
Mayow, John (1908). Medico-physical Works: Being a translation of Tractatus Quinque Medico-physici. Edinburgh: The Alembic Club ... and is further formed by the combination of these two sets of particles in muscle during violent exertion. In effect, therefore ...