Bom dia a todos,
Não quero entrar numa de Fernando Pessoa, mas o melhor momento da minha vida foi a minha infância. Cada dia era repleto de alegria e surpresa. Não me lembro de dias maus.
Mas desde que a infância terminou a minha vida foi, e é, repleta de situações desagradáveis, em que houve apenas doenças e morte de familiares, traições de pessoas próximas, chatices, constrangimentos, tédio, problemas de saúde, solidão, nunca há nada de genuíno e bom e os meus projetos para tentar alterar estas situações acabam sempre em revezes, esforço-me tanto por melhorar, mas se não pioro o que tenho, em nada consegui mudar a minha vida.
Por outro lado, se não falho, muito, a nível profissional, falho totalmente a nível social.
E noto, que como escrevia Camões na sua poesia lírica, a vida muda, mas fá-lo sempre para pior e nunca para melhor. Se em 2019, andei com problemas de saúde, devolvam me esse mau estar, mas salvem me do meu dia a dia de 2020 e 2021, pois se antes, eu tinha a sorte adorar o meu trabalho, agora odeio profundamente a sua versão online...
Não procuro, com este post, conselhos de como melhorar a minha vida, gostava apenas que partilhem as vossas experiências e se faça uma discussão sobre esta temática. Será que o sentimento de degradação continua é apenas causado pela “incompetência” a viver ou é normal e a maioria das pessoas passa pelo mesmo?
Versão resumida: é normal chegar aos 30 e tal anos e ter uma vida, que foi sempre a perder e é agora muito pior do que quando era criança?
We've all heard "everything is connected", but few understand how this really works.
As we know, the pelvis is attached to the lumbar spine which then goes into the thoracic spine and ribcage.
What is especially imporant to consider is how the sacrum bone can influence the spinal curves as a whole.
If the sacrum bone is tipped forward excessively (anterior pelvic tilt), then we can see a scenario where the upper back becomes either excessively stiff or rounded.
This actually compresses the shoulder blade against the ribs and will prevent optimal mechanics of the shoulder blade, which in turn will have negative effect on the ability for the shoulder to move.
If the posture of the upper back is too stiff or rounded, this can cause the shoulders to round forward as well, resulting in what we commonly know as Upper/Lower Crossed Syndrome.
TL;DR: Pelvic position can heavily influence your shoulder posture and mobility. We could be doing all the shoulder exercises we can to restore posture, but ultimately our progress could be limited if we don't consider the potential role of other structures.
Is it hype? What are the downsides
How can this be fixed? My anterior pelvic tilt is really bad and throughout my teens and still now as a woman in my 20s, people look at my behind and I've heard so many comments behind my back because my ass looks so big. I know in today's world being thicc is in but my mine is a straight up illusion.
Because it's so pushed out, my stomach is also pushed out at the same time making me look pregnant. It's why I don't wear any clothes that are figure hugging or any tops above my hips.
What other factors could be causing my knee pain while cycling? They only hurt during cycling a shortly after. If I raise the saddle any higher, I’ll struggle to mount it (the front of the seat has already caught my shorts twice). It’s starting to warm up here and I want to cycle more but know I shouldn’t when it causes pain.
Just saw my scan report and it says I have a anterior placenta. Read few informations about it in and it scares me a little. Anyone had a anterior placenta and had any issue or everything went well?
Edit : Big thank you to all you lovely ladies. This gave me hugeeeeee relief. As long as the baby is fine it is all that matters to me. Also I want a vaginal birth so was concerned about it . Hugs to everyone❤️❤️
I was told I have an anterior placenta at my NT scan, and I’m currently 19 weeks. I’m trying to determine if I’m feeling movement from the baby, or if I want to feel it so badly that I’m confusing it with something else. Most of my friends have described early fetal movement as flutters, butterflies, popping popcorn, or gas. I haven’t felt anything like that, but I do occasionally feel quick pressure to the side of my abdomen or in the lower abdomen/pelvis, an area that almost feels cervical/like the top of my vagina. Yesterday I felt a quick pain in rectum. I’m wondering if these feelings could be from the baby moving around, or if they’re a reason for concern.
I am unsure whether I have got some belly fat (big stomach) or that my stomach is sticking out because of APT. I am extremely confused atm cause I want to bulk up but I worried that my stomach will be even bigger as I continue to get bigger.
Additionally I don't want to be in a calorie deficit because as said before I would like to get bigger so there is some belly fat what is the best way to deal with it apart from being in a calorie deficit.
I am doing regular glute squeezes as well as doing the exercise where I tilt my pelvis back on the floor so my back becomes flat. What other tips do you recommend me to deal with my APT (If I have it).
This is more natural standing position:
This week I started a 5 day UPPER BODY/LOWER BODY split workout routine, at HYPERTROPHY RANGE
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All anterior pelvic tilt is not created equal, and it is important to appreciate that not everyone benefits equally from the same appraoch.
Regardless of where someone starts, because we are in APT, we still have relatively long hamstrings and abs with shorter hip flexors and low back muscles.
However, in terms of how we got there and what primarily responsible for it, we could have different types of pelvic presenations and scenarios:
We can actually objectively assess for which one you are more biased towards.
Here is how to determine which one you could be biased to, and what you could do to help address the underlying root cause of your Anterior Pelvic Tilt
Before your stretches for anterior pelvic tilt, you should always try to incorporate some sort of self-massage as well. When a muscle is shortened and tight, it's also in a contracted state. And when a muscle stays in that position for long periods of time, they develop things like trigger points, fascia restrictions and can become dehydrated which restricts movements like a cast.
In my new article, Im going to teach you how to self-massage as well as give you 3 self-massage + stretching combos for anterior pelvic tilt. Let me know how you like them. Click on the link here to learn more
I had found out about my anterior placenta in my 20th week anomaly scan. As an FTM with this placenta, I didn't feel kicks I could be sure about till 22 week. Even after that, I swear I didn't feel my baby as much as the pregnancy websites or people who've had kids insisted I should feel. I am now 29+3, but honestly I had hoped I would feel my baby more. I try to be positive, but it's so heartbreaking because all I feel is deep inside and down below, never in front. My husband hasn't yet felt anything. My doctor hasn't asked me to do kick count and I am so glad for that because I would have been even more anxious. I feel my baby move or kick, but it's not constantly throughout the day. Some days he's very active in the morning and some days he's not very active until the evening- those days all day I keep stressing out.
All the anterior placenta moms- how did you cope with this?
I've been wondering if doing the deadlift would worsen my condition. Does the deadlift affect the anterior pelvic tilt?
If so what are the alternatives that could be done?
Some guys say that stimulation of these areas is the best pleasure for every woman and some say that only some women like it but it's painful for the others or neutral. So which is it?
Thanks to all who have raised anterior pelvic tilt as a possible issue if your gut or butt stick out even after weight loss. Apparently it is very common in those who sit a lot.
Google will give you simple exercises to do - after just a few weeks not only do I LOOK better, my lower back feels better too. I had never heard of this so really appreciate the posts.
Anyone else on here have excision surgery and found they had a lot of Endo in their anterior cul de sac or behind the bladder?