The Cause When Holding An Item Feels Heavy?
Good afternoon, so I haven’t been fit for two days. then every time I hold an item too long it feels many times heavier. thank you
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
There are 3 types of muscles in the body, namely skeletal muscle, smooth muscle, and heart muscle. Muscles that have limbs (for example: arms, legs) are a type of skeletal muscle that we can use for conscious movement. This type of muscle can experience fatigue if it is used to do strenuous activities in a long and repetitive period of time, for example lifting weights. Muscle fatigue can cause the ability of muscles to decrease / weaken so that the burden lifted can feel heavier over time if we lift weights without interspersed with adequate rest periods.
So, no need to worry if the burden of the burden raised becomes more severe if indeed you lift the burden for a long time. However, you can also see a doctor if the complaint is a heavy burden accompanied by muscle pain that interferes with activity, or the sensation of lifting a heavy burden arises when you have had enough rest. Evaluation by the doctor can be useful to rule out other possible causes, such as muscle or tendon (strain) attraction, ligament attraction (sprain), or myalgia.
At home, you are advised to get adequate rest, stretch before you do regular activities that involve lifting weights, exercising regularly, and eating balanced nutritious foods.
Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.