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Old 05-02-2008   #61
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Hi guys, i have a very low average of vitamines and calcium.
Everytime i swim or i play basketball, my legs will cramp.
I also feel from time to time that i dont have the capability to focus (in class for example or during studiying).
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adding to what Angelic already said ... you need to eat food rich in magnesium and potassium coz their defeciency mainly causes muscle cramps ...
example of food rich in magnesium : green vegetables, beans, nuts, bread
also bananas are rich in potassium

alos drinks more water in case you dehydrated

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wat about the " tik sound " , when i do pushups , my elbows rick like!!! so i do 3 or 4 and stop cz they hurt ! and when i do a lift up i get this nerval pain in hand muscles i feel unbarrable pain from the inside ! so basically i cant do bodybuilding ..
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wat about the " tik sound " , when i do pushups , my elbows rick like!!! so i do 3 or 4 and stop cz they hurt ! and when i do a lift up i get this nerval pain in hand muscles i feel unbarrable pain from the inside ! so basically i cant do bodybuilding ..
wat u r callin nerval pain is scientifically known as neuropathic pain it may happen due to smthg pressing on the nerve ending and can be treated by nourishing the nerves with vitamin B derivatives which are Vitamin B1, B6, and B12


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wat about the " tik sound " , when i do pushups , my elbows rick like!!! so i do 3 or 4 and stop cz they hurt ! and when i do a lift up i get this nerval pain in hand muscles i feel unbarrable pain from the inside ! so basically i cant do bodybuilding ..
The sound you hear is due to the gaz of the synovial fluid present in your joint or maybe due to the movement of the ligaments ... i case you are feeling pain after a while ... this could be muscular or neuropathic in origin ...
you should be examined and maybe do some imaging before judging
and as Angelic suggested taking vitamins mainly B complex wont hurt bil 3akss it's good

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I got another anatomy assignment
1- What is the functional unit of the kidney and what are its four actions? (5 points)
2- What is the major hormone in concentrating urine? On which part of the Nephron does it work? (4 points)
3- What is the definition of a congenital abnormalities? give 2 examples. (7 points)

it's due tomorrow I will research the answers but just in case I get stuck somwhere I thought I'd post it here

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I got another anatomy assignment
1- What is the functional unit of the kidney and what are its four actions? (5 points)
2- What is the major hormone in concentrating urine? On which part of the Nephron does it work? (4 points)
3- What is the definition of a congenital abnormalities? give 2 examples. (7 points)

it's due tomorrow I will research the answers but just in case I get stuck somwhere I thought I'd post it here
1.Functional unit is nephron.
Functions:

- Homeostasis
-Acid-base balance
-Blood pressure
-Plasma Volume

3. It is
a condition which is present at the time of birth which varies from the standard presentation. It is also known as congenital malformation or birth defect.It is a type of congenital disorder which is structural in nature.
Examples :
-dysmelia : limb malformation
-stenosis : malformation in the GIT
-spina bifida: malformation in the nervous system
-ventricular septal defect : malformation in the heart


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2- What is the major hormone in concentrating urine? On which part of the Nephron does it work?
Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) also called Vasopressin
it works on the Distal convoluted tubule and collecting tubules

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ok last assignment for this semester
1- What are the four transmembrane receptors involved in Action Potential firing and what does each one do (how do they set each other up)? Please answer in bullet or points format; brief statements. (10 points)


2- What would occur to the cell’s electric potential initially, if I were to block the sodium-potassium pump? (4 points)


3- What are an EPSP and IPSP how can they add-up? (6 points)
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3- What are an EPSP and IPSP how can they add-up? (6 points)
EPSP : excitatory postsynaptic potential is a temporary depolarization of postsynaptic membrane potenial caused by the flow of positively charged ions into the postsynaptic cell.
When multiple EPSPs occur on a single patch of postsynaptic membrane, their combined effect is the sum of the individual EPSPs. Larger EPSPs result in greater membrane depolarization and thus increase the likelihood that the postsynaptic cell reaches the threshold for firing an action potential.


IPSP : Inhibitory postsynaptic potential is the change in membrane voltage of a postsynaptic neuron which results from synaptic activation of inhibitory neurotransmitter receptors. The most common inhibitory neurotransmitters in the nervous system are GABA and glycine. A postsynaptic potential is considered inhibitory when the resulting change in membrane voltage makes it more difficult for the cell to fire an action potential, lowering the firing rate of the neuron. They are the opposite of excitatory postsynaptic potentials (EPSPs), which result from the flow of ions like sodium into the cell.

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ok thanks, but the teacher also asked how do they add up
does he mean I should talk about a certain link between the 2?
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