Answer: The reason for this is because you are straining the muscles in your back. The human body is not used to such extensions, especially if these extensions are prolonged for a period of time. It is not suggested to continually lean forward or lean forward for long periods of time in order to keep your back muscles strong.
Answer: Pain in the back from taking a deep breath can stem from a number of issues.
The ribcage that expands with every breath you take moves each rib that is connected to the spine. There are a massive amount of small joints connecting the ribs to the spine which can all be a source of pain. e.g the joint capsule can get stuck between the joint surfaces which can be very painful. Arthrosis and other degenerative conditions of the joints can aggravate this.
Beside the joints between ribs and spine, pain can also stem from the pressure that builds up in the thorax and abdomen when you take a deep breath. If for some reason you both contract the muscles of the abdomen and breath in you increase the pressure inside the core of the body which in turn can put pressure on some of the nerves that runs in the back.
Also it is quite possible that the pain is from sore or stiff muscles in the back that gets stretched a little too far or pinches a nerve when you take a deep breath.
Answer: Because, your spine is a part of your back and is also a part of your neck. When u strain your back to be straight and strain your neck to bend down-ward, you are straining your spine, which will cause discomfort.
Answer: Well it all depends on your workout schedule. if youre just the average joe who works out once in a while it will take you forever to achieve this goal if you work out the way you do. however if you spend about half and hour every day for about 8 weeks doing forearm excercise you should see dramatic results in about 2 months.
Answer: yes, it will hurt while they locate the bone back ,but they will give you a pain killer that will numb you for a little and after a few weeks it wont hurt as much but you thumb WILL NOT look the same or as before. I hope that answers your question
What do you have if the back of your forearms hurt when they move?
you could have Carpal Tunnel would be a good idea to have it checked it out by a doctor
Answer: It could be a number of things 1. you may be sleeping on the wrong type of pillow. 2. you may have a lot of stress going on in your life right now. 3. you could have rhumitoid arthritis that you may want to go to a pain specialist and have an MRI performed to find out. 4. you may have slept on it the in the wrong possition.
Answer: Usually the cause is a bed that does not provide enough support. It will take a while for the problem to develop so it may not be easy to link this to the bed. for instance after a month of sleeping on a bed you develop chronic back pain you would think of the things you have done differently around the time that you got the pain.