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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI): Doctors use this computerized imaging strategy to see different tissues in your body in a variety of planes. Radio waves generated in a strong magnetic field are used to provide information about the hydrogen atoms in different tissues within your body

Malignant: This refers to a tissue that is cancerous. It usually means the cancerous tumor will spread.
Massage: Muscles typically tighten after exercise. The speed of recovery is directly related to the amount of blood that can enter the muscle to provide the necessary food and oxygen. Deep massage immediately after exercise encourages blood to enter a more relaxed muscle. Get a massage 15 minutes after exercising, and several times during the rest of the day. Each session only needs to be 45-60 seconds.
Meninges: The outer covering or membrane that protect your brain and spinal cord.

Mesomorph: Mesomorphs have little problem gaining muscle. They have small waists and look like they workout all the time, even if they do not. Herschel Walker is a mesomorph.

Metastasis: When cancer spreads from one organ to another part of the body, the cancer has metastasized.

Migraines: Migraine is a particular type of headache. A migraine may be induced by a variety of stimuli such as foods, noise, and stress. These headaches are usually accompanied by severe, incapacitating, pain, nausea, vomiting, and visual patterns or flashes in front of your eyes.

Mind/Body Recovery: Successful rehabilitation begins with learning about your injury. Know the extent of your injury, what your recovery time will be, and what you must do to recover. A recent cool study showed that just by thinking about doing a biceps curl, you actually produce muscular activity in your biceps.

Minerals: Some athletes think they need doses of minerals to enhance their physical training. But studies show that, except for iron (particularly among female athletes), the mineral needs of highly trained athletes are similar to those of the general population. Furthermore, physical training does not inordinately deplete minerals.

Monounsaturated fats (MUFAs): A.K.A. the “good” fats. Ufatty acids, abundant in olive, peanut, sesame, and canola oils, in which one pair of hydrogen atoms in each molecule has been replaced by a double bond.

Motility: This refers to the speed and capability of your digestive tract to propel its contents through your system.

Motor Unit: A motor neuron and all of the muscle fibers it innervates.

Movement Time: From the moment you begin your movement, until you complete it.

Mucosa: The inner lining of your stomach.

Muscle Cramp: A muscle cramp is when your muscle contracts and shortens causing a sudden, severe pain. Muscle cramps are mostly caused by overexertion and dehydration. When you dehydrated, there is an electrolyte imbalance, and your muscles to cramp up. Electrolytes are minerals such as sodium, magnesium, calcium and potassium. An imbalance occurs when we have too much or too little of one or more electrolytes in our system. The main electrolytes affecting muscle cramping are potassium, sodium and calcium.

Muscle Metabolism: You should eat enough calories to maintain your BMR. If not, your metabolism will slow, and you will store fat more efficiently.
Muscle/Fat: Muscle does not turn into fat. Muscle and fat are two separate entities. If you lose muscle your metabolism slows. If you eat more calories than you burn, you gain fat.

Muscle: Muscle is precious. Seventy five percent of your muscle is water, 20 percent is protein, and 5 percent minerals. You have more than 400 voluntary muscles in your body. Muscle makes up about half of your body weight. The more muscle you have the more calories your body burns. Muscle is metabolically active.
Muscle-Bound: The colloquialism "muscle bound" is a lack of flexibility due to tremendous amounts of muscle. I have yet to meet anyone with so much muscle that it "bound" him up. I have met folks who do not exercise, and have a restricted range of motion, however. If your reason for not lifting weights is you are afraid to become muscle-bound, find another excuse.

Myelography: Doctors use this diagnostic technique to x-ray your spine. The doctor injects a contrast medium into the space within the sheath that surrounds your spinal cord. Your radiologist looks for herniated disks, tumors, and fractures.

Myofascial Release: Myofascial release is using pressure from your arms and fingers to lengthen muscle and connective tissue. It is used in combination with physical therapy methods to relieve pain and stiffness.

Myopia: A.K.A. nearsightedness. The light focuses before it gets to your retina.



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