yourself physically can also result in losing strands.
Sometimes, I feel cool; other times, not so cool at all,' she said, adding that her doctors had advised her against going on an extended flight and overexerting
Sensors in the brim of an integrated helmet can measure the heart rate and skin temperature of the miner, indicating if they are overexerting
themselves and need to take a rest.
The risks are more acute for people with smaller respiratory airways, such as small children, the elderly and people with asthma, he said, but can just as easily harm even the fittest people if they're overexerting
Whether you're experiencing muscle soreness after overexerting
yourself exercising, having menstrual cramps, or just feeling chilly at night, having a heating pad around can be a life-saver.
The data itself does not go into any more detail about how exactly people have been overexerting
yourself, especially when you're outdoors.
Andre Fabre is adept at educating his two-year-olds without overexerting
them and the unbeaten Make Believe looked as though he would have been capable of flying much higher when scoring in conditions races at Deauville and saint- Cloud.
Aches in your back and neck could mean you're overexerting
The findings of the research showed that one out of every 20 people had a tendency of overexerting
The primary outcome was developing mobility disability--losing the ability to walk 400 meters within 15 minutes at their usual pace, without overexerting
and without assistance, at the 2-year follow-up visit.
At the trial, the defense maintained that Thomas had an enlarged heart, that he had died from overexerting
himself, that the use of force was justified, and that the hospital photo taken by his father showed just superficial bruising--explanations that apparently convinced the jury.