Bones Feel Weak And Aching When Bathing Long Or Morning?
Hello, I’m a girl who just turned 20 years old. Since childhood, I have not been responsive in terms of sports. I can’t run fast, easy to get tired, easy to get tired. Last time, I tried a health check with a quantum body scan, and the results showed that I lacked calcium. A few months later I soaked in a very cold pool for several hours, and after that my bones felt weak for several days. And every time I run in the morning, or the road is quite tired, my feet always feel that way. Sometimes when my leg bones are too weak, I often feel shaky when I stand up, I think my leg bones are fragile and unable to hold my weight. I’m confused about my situation, maybe the doctor can answer and explain my situation. Is this a symptom of an illness? And how can I overcome it? Please answer thanks.
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Complaints about feeling weak when bathing and morning activities that make you tired, and complaints of trembling as if the feet are difficult to support your body, this condition is likely related to your skeletal muscle fatigue. When you do excessive activity or until you experience physical fatigue that is not balanced with adequate rest, then your muscular endurance will decrease, so that the muscles easily weak, feel tired, or tremble in your leg area. This condition will usually improve after a few days of adequate relaxation and rest.
Besides being able to occur in the leg area, this complaint can also occur in other body parts, such as the hand area. Complaints of the hands that feel weak, shaking can occur when the workload on the hands is excessive, either because of lifting weights, pushing, holding weights or working hard at one time.
All of the above can occur repeatedly, especially if triggered:
1. Your skeletal muscles are not properly trained
2. rarely exercise
3. lack of sleep
4. injury or trauma
5. suffer from illness, such as fever
As such, these complaints are more likely to be caused by disorders of the muscles than your bones. However, complaints of pain and cold that may arise when bathing can be triggered by complaints on your bones and muscles due to experiencing stiffness or tension in the joints and muscles; the presence of non-smooth blood flow due to temperature differences can also increase this complaint.
Therefore, you should begin to identify your physical abilities, your muscular endurance to the load, the duration of activity and the limits of your body's ability to your activities. The results of this identification will help you recognize and prevent these complaints from arising, so that you know when to take a break, how long your ability to activity is and how long and what effort can be done to help recover this complaint.
However, if some of your efforts have been made, but have not provided optimistic results or these complaints still recur frequently, then you should consult with your medical rehabilitation doctor or orthopedist. The doctor will conduct an interview related to this complaint, then conduct a physical examination and supporting examinations that are needed, such as blood tests and radiological examinations. With this examination, it can be ascertained whether there are problems with your body's calcium. In addition, doctors can confirm other possible causes, such as spinal cord disorders, electrolyte disorders, or thyroid disorders. Examination results will be a reference for doctors in providing appropriate care and treatment.
For now, some other business you can do:
1. avoid sleeping late
2. Get enough sleep for 8 hours per day
3. enough water
4. Idealize your weight
5. stretch before and after the activity
6. rest when your body is tired
7. Avoid consumption of fatty foods and cause gout
Thus the info we can convey.