So, my most recent period was the 3rd week of November. For more than a week preceding it, I had the worst case of tender boobahs I've ever had. Even wearing wire-free bras were murder (I have A-cups). It took two weeks for the aching to subside,... (more)
So whenever I dead lift (standard, sumo, straight leg) my hamstrings are excessively sore for a few days. I can squat heavy with no problems but if I a do D/L's I limp around like an old man. I am sure I am a little tight in the hamstrings but I... (more)
I'm following the paleo diet and I'm feeling pretty good, but I'm pretty tired and my muscles are always sore, but except that I feel pretty good. on the other hand my indigestion problems are gone and I'm more calm. I am eating two meals a day... (more)
Hi guys, I'm sorry for not asking a paleo question per se, but I would like somebody else's opinion and from somebody whose first response isn't always to go to the doctor and get lots of pills to swallow. I realise people here aren't doctors and... (more)
My sister has recently changed her diet to almost paleo although she has been advised by her nutritionist to still eat lentils and some legumes. She has had a great response and was feeling fantastic for many weeks. However for the past two... (more)
I've been doing CrossFit for a year and a half or so, and I've realized that none of the workouts from around the past two months have made me feel sore in the slightest???and these aren't "active recovery" WODs, either. I recently hit a 15 lb... (more)
I've been grain and nearly totally sugar free for 5 months, and have added red meat back to my diet after nearly 20 yrs. I have seen tons of health benefits - healthier skin, digestion, mood, weight and inches lost, etc., but am confused about my... (more)
I've been prone to sore feet as far as I can remember. I can't walk for more than about half an hour without my feet getting sore, and lately that's been a big problem because I live in an island community where everyone walks everywhere, and... (more)
one way to find out more - if you have a running store that offers gait analysis, that can tell a lot about your stride as well as how you stand. Some foot orthotics shops offer same service. If there isn't one near you, a podiatrist (or... (more)
I would like to know the thoughts of paleohack community regarding the safety of sprinting with sore shoulders. I have started to workout after a long break. Had completed two sprint workout sessions within the past 10 days. The day before... (more)
Hi all, I've been exercising for 3 months (as opposed to being a couch potato for the past 38 years!). On average, I do 45 to 60mn on the treadmill, 4 times/week. I started walking. Then increased the incline. Now I do intervals (running/power... (more)
I am currently feeling a big cold coming on (headache, chest hurts etc) and I've been upping Vit C, D, taking oil of oregano and the symptoms are subsiding - BUT - I am getting a really sore throat. I have been gargling with salt, but it's not... (more)
Works for me all the time: warm water and about a teaspoon of cayenne pepper -- gargle with it every 15 minutes or so for a couple hours. It almost always clears my sore throat up before the two hours is up.
Ive had an infection in my mouth before and it was the worst experience ever. It went away after some antibiotics. But now a couple months later the right side of my jaw or mouth hurts it only hurts when i open my mouth its almost sore. I have a... (more)
I love drinking unsweetened cocoa in hot water, and eating the odd bit of dark chocolate. My throat is always a bit sore afterwards, why might that be? Something irritating about chocolate?
From what I've read, gluten intolerance (or just allergies and inflammation in general) can cause everything from a headache to cancer. So, sure, itchy eyes seems pretty straight forward.
Okay, so- my whole body is sore. Ridiculously so. Especially my legs and joints. Both of my jobs are physically demanding (decorative painting and Lowe's). I am climbing up and down ladders constantly, lifting 'heavy things', and am in pretty... (more)
Hypothetical situation: You have a Crossfit competition or some form of activity of equivalent high intensity and the next day you are sore EVERYWHERE...arms, traps, shoulders, neck, back, abs, butt, hell even the back of your knees are sore. At... (more)
I have run off and on my whole life, typically being able to do most 5 k races with no problem. I usually love to work out, lifting and keeping more muscle, but after running some sprints I felt like I had been shot, everything was major sore,... (more)