If you exercise too much, your muscles will melt down.
Exercise that starts to build muscles can actually melt them. This is because excessive and intense exercise can cause “lateral myolysis” in the desire to see rapid changes.
▲ Extreme muscle pain, ▲ edema in certain areas, ▲ helplessness in the whole body, or ▲ If you see dark urine in brown or black, you should visit a hospital because it is highly likely to be rhabdomyolysis. Especially in extreme muscle pain, people often think of it as muscle pain that is lumped together by exercise and continue to exercise, but if muscle pain is severe, they should stop exercising and carefully check for any other symptoms.
rhabdomyolysis is literally a symptom of muscle components melting into the blood as the rhabdomyolysis is damaged. The rhabdomy muscle is a horizontal muscle attached to the moving part of the body, and continuous high-intensity exercise causes rapid damage because the supply of energy is not enough than demand. When a muscle necrosis occurs, the muscle component, Myo.Glovin, potassium, phosphorus and creatinine kinase are released into the blood, causing problems in kidneys and hearts.
If rhabdomyolysis is not severe, it may heal itself without special treatment, but if the treatment is delayed or if you mistake it as muscle pain and exercise more, kidney function can be destroyed. This can lead to acute renal failure, hyperkalemia, and even death. Having a basal disease is likely to lead to acute renal failure. Rarely, it leads to “compartment syndrome” in which blood vessels and nerves are pressured.
▲High-intensity exercises such as marathon, spinning, cross-fit, etc. ▲Exercise in a hot and humid environment ▲Exercise without sufficient moisture ▲Exercise without sufficient potassium ▲Examinate heat by taking medicine.
Treatments for rhabdomyolysis include plenty of rest, sap therapy and electrolyte supplementation. In particular, sap should be actively administered to prevent major damage to the kidneys. The sap plays a role in releasing myoglobin from the kidneys. The electrolyte imbalance shall then be corrected. Kidney dialysis should be done if necessary.
To prevent rhabdomyolysis, exercise at high intensity suddenly should be avoided, and the amount and intensity of exercise should be increased step by step. Avoid exercising in places where the temperature and humidity are too high, and sufficient water or sports drinks are needed when exercising. Alcohol consumption and high-intensity exercise increase the risk of developing rhabdomyolysis and should be avoided.