Causes Of Sunken Sternum?
sorry to bother, I’m a 23-year-old man, I have a concave chest or run in … can it affect the chest muscles like invisible chest muscles or something else? because at the moment I am going through the process of building chest muscles … ask for answers … thank you
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Concave breast bone that is inward called pectus excavatum. This condition is a congenital disorder of the breast bone which causes it to concave inward. Generally this condition occurs in men and is the most common form of congenital birthbone of the breast bone. Genetic factors are thought to play a role in the occurrence of pectus excavatum. This birth defect is also associated with several diseases, such as Marfan syndrome and Poland syndrome.
In mild conditions, there are generally no significant complaints experienced by patients with pectus excavatum. It's just that the inward basin will look more real with age. Meanwhile, in severe conditions, patients may experience lung and heart dysfunction. Patients may have a relatively lower exercise tolerance, susceptible to respiratory infections, chest pain, and abnormal heart sounds. However, most cases of pectus excavatum are mild conditions so weight training tends not to cause further complications.
Patients with pectus excavatum are advised to do a combination of strength training to build chest muscles with corrective exercises to improve posture and alignment of the chest cavity. To enrich insight, you can read articles about chest muscle exercises that are recommended for patients with pectus excavatum. Do not hesitate to consult with your doctor first to assess the eligibility of your health condition to run the exercise. In addition, you are encouraged to eat a balanced nutritious food and adequate rest.
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