A 62-year-old woman complained of frequent back and waist pain and numbness in her arms; her condition improved with pain ointment, but it recurred soon after. She works in a snack bar every day, and must stand for nine hours with constant movement of her hands, and usually has no habit of exercising. After seeing a doctor, he was diagnosed as muscle atrophy caused by long-term inactivity and aging, so that he could not perform his original work, resulting in muscle injury. Ask the patient to take time off work and to give anti-inflammatory pain relievers. At the next visit, the situation has been greatly improved. It is recommended that the patient should avoid or reduce the number of working hours.
After the muscles are no longer sore, they should telemarketing list exercise regularly to reverse the phenomenon of muscle atrophy. After age 30, muscle strength is lost by 2% to 4% per year Zhou Mingwen, chief physician of the Department of Medicine of Shutian Clinic, said that after the age of 30, muscle degeneration begins to occur in adults. If there is no exercise habit, muscle mass decreases by 1% per year, and muscle strength decreases by 2% to 4% per year. The rate of degeneration accelerates with age. Those who have exercise habits can slow down the rate of degeneration.
Zhou Mingwen explained that with age, muscles will begin to slowly lose. Most of them are asymptomatic in their 30s, and often have low back pain or muscle strain in their 40s and 60s. 7. At the age of 80, if you feel that you have no strength, poor vitality, and slow walking speed, you may have sarcopenia. The simple home inspection method is the "timed stand-up and walk test". The elderly are asked to stand up from the chair, walk three meters, then turn around, walk another three meters, and then sit down. If it exceeds 20 seconds, there may be sarcopenia.