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post #42121 of 57266
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

I seem to sweat a LOT more under my right arm compared to my left. Factors such as heat or activity don't seem to matter. In a lot of cases, I could lift up my arms and the pits look like they belong to two different people. The left is bone dry and the right looks like I just climbed a mountain and then did jumping jacks once I reached the summit.

Am I dying?

You might want to consider amputation before the AIDS infection spreads to your left side too.
post #42122 of 57266
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post


You might want to consider amputation before the AIDS infection spreads to your left side too.

 

That would actually be the HIV infection. AIDS isn't an infection.


Also, not funny.

post #42123 of 57266
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

That would actually be the HIV infection. AIDS isn't an infection.


Also, not funny.

Sorry, you're right. It's probably just HIV and not AIDS yet. Should be able to kick it witin a week with some antibiotics though.
post #42124 of 57266
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

That would actually be the HIV infection. AIDS isn't an infection.


Also, not funny I don't find this funny.

FTFY
post #42125 of 57266
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post


Bryan Kest was here a couple weekends ago for a workshop. I opted not to go because I didn't want to miss my regular Ashtanga practice.

Speaking of Ashtanga, I LOVE it. I practice Mysore every morning at 6 for an hour, and can now do a half primary with ease, though I do a led full primary every Sunday. It took a while to memorize the poses, but once you do, it provides mental as well as physical benefits. I like the studio, the regulars who attend, and the instructor is phenomenal. I've made vast improvements in flexibility, balance, and posture since starting over a year ago. As a bonus the women regulars are all super hot and nice; they often comment on my strength and muscularity. shog[1].gif I highly recommend it.

 

Probably worth clarifying that mysore is a self-guided class, where you show up and do the ashtanga series at your own pace.  I wouldn't necessarily recommend it unless you had a bit of yoga under your belt already.  The place I go has instructor-guided ashtanga series I and II once a week, but the majority of classes aren't the strict series, but maintain the principles - fairly rapid switching between postures, arm balances, etc.

post #42126 of 57266
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Originally Posted by js4design View Post

FTFY

Ever worked with a patient with HIV/AIDS?

Totes funny stuff...
post #42127 of 57266
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Probably worth clarifying that mysore is a self-guided class, where you show up and do the ashtanga series at your own pace.  I wouldn't necessarily recommend it unless you had a bit of yoga under your belt already.  The place I go has instructor-guided ashtanga series I and II once a week, but the majority of classes aren't the strict series, but maintain the principles - fairly rapid switching between postures, arm balances, etc.

I need to get on dat bandwagon. Tons of work needed on my flexibility.
post #42128 of 57266

Try going without gluten in your diet for a month. Irregular sweating, excess sweating and the like is often contributed to a slight gluten allergy or intolerance. This might be a question of cutting out this stuff for the most part (no need to be militant about it), but could make a world of difference. 

post #42129 of 57266
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

I seem to sweat a LOT more under my right arm compared to my left. Factors such as heat or activity don't seem to matter. In a lot of cases, I could lift up my arms and the pits look like they belong to two different people. The left is bone dry and the right looks like I just climbed a mountain and then did jumping jacks once I reached the summit.

Am I dying?

Try going without gluten in your diet for a month. Irregular sweating, excess sweating and the like is often contributed to a slight gluten allergy or intolerance. This might be a question of cutting out this stuff for the most part (no need to be militant about it), but could make a world of difference. 

post #42130 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Meezy View Post
 

Try going without gluten in your diet for a month. Irregular sweating, excess sweating and the like is often contributed to a slight gluten allergy or intolerance. This might be a question of cutting out this stuff for the most part (no need to be militant about it), but could make a world of difference. 

 

Also attributable to gluten: obesity, heart problems, AIDS, famine, war, justin beiber's rise to popularity

post #42131 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Meezy View Post

Try going without gluten in your diet for a month. Irregular sweating, excess sweating and the like is often contributed to a slight gluten allergy or intolerance. This might be a question of cutting out this stuff for the most part (no need to be militant about it), but could make a world of difference. 

This so idiotic. Exercise causes excess sweating

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post #42132 of 57266

Thank you, doctor. Exercise does cause sweating, but irregularity in the way your body distributes it could be pointing to a cause beyond physical activity. Or the dude just might be carrying a bag on one side of his body. 

post #42133 of 57266
Thank you doctor for your insightful comment on how gluten causes your body to sweat on one side and not the other. Clearly makes sense as gluten has a tendency to accumulate on one side and not the other

Also what happened to gluten causes excess sweating? Are we ignoring that now?
post #42134 of 57266
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

Thank you doctor for your insightful comment on how gluten causes your body to sweat on one side and not the other. Clearly makes sense as gluten has a tendency to accumulate on one side and not the other

Also what happened to gluten causes excess sweating? Are we ignoring that now?

That's not how it works, accumulating on one side of the body. What I said is that it COULD create an imbalance in the way the body functions and excess sweating is a proven sign (much like dandruff). Anyway, it can't hurt to try. Beside this, I'm not really invested in this discussion as much as you seem to be. Enjoy your saturday.

post #42135 of 57266
A "proven" sign :rollseyes:

My god. How people read something idiotic on a blog and buy into it whole heatedly.

Because somehow gluten doesn't accumulate on one side of the body yet miraculously cause more sweating on one side

And like I said exercise or even just a high temperature will cause excess sweating. To claim gluten is the cause is so beyond idiotic the mind is boggled
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