What Are Side Effects of Diastasis Recti in Men?
When men have a diastasis the muscles are stretched apart from each other. The back and organ support system ceases to exist, frequently causing back pain and gastrointestinal problems.
Effects of Diastasis Recti in Men
By having a diastasis recti, your body is going to pay the price for having stretched-out connective tissue. Your posture will suffer from lack of support and your lower back will eventually feel the brunt of the recti muscles not doing their job. It’s probable that you’ll develop digestive discomfort when your organs shift from their proper position. Your self-image will very likely be affected and your intimacy might suffer as a side effect of that. The bigger your diastasis gets, the more unhappy many people become about it. You’re also going to be at greater risk for hernias.
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Diastasis Recti Side Effects in Men
- Poor posture
- Back pain
- Bloating after eating
- GI(Gastro-Intestinal) issues
- Hernia, in extreme cases
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To learn more about Diastasis Recti & the Tupler Technique® read this article: DIASTASIS RECTI RESEARCH AND EVIDENCED BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM
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Watch the short video below to know what a diastasis is.