The Cause Of The Right Body Is Bigger Than The Left?
Good afternoon .. I want to ask why my right body part is bigger than the left. From the cheek eye to the right chest, I am bigger than the left. And how do I normalize it? Thank you.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your complaint needs to be examined immediately, especially because we normally have a tendency to pay attention to asymmetries in our bodies, which others cannot distinguish. In addition, there are certain psychological conditions where people feel something strange about their bodies, when in fact they are not.
So with respect to your situation, first you need to make sure in advance that asymmetry does exist. Go to a general practitioner, and your doctor will help distinguish which part you think is bigger. Because this can be subjective, you may need to compare several different doctors. If it is confirmed that there is an imbalance, the doctor will assess whether the difference is indeed significant. This is because in some conditions, for example in sportsmen who are not balanced in body processing or people who are busy with certain physical activities that are not balanced in the distribution of muscle performance, muscle imbalance can occur which, if severe, can manifest in an asymmetrical body shape. This is also normal, and overcoming it only needs to balance the other side of the body with similar performance.
If there are significant and abnormal differences, it can be suspected that there is a backward tilt, there are nerve disorders, blood vessel disorders, or certain muscle disorders that cause it. For this you might be referred to a specialist, be it a neurologist, a bone doctor or other doctors depending on the results of the examination. The handling you will receive later depends on these results.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, ask people around you if they also notice the difference in yourself, and immediately consult a doctor to equate their perceptions and further handling. So, hopefully answering your question.