Nov 21 2017

NSAIDs May Prevent Benefits of Lifting Weights

Published by Dr. David Butler at 10:45 am under chiropractic,Dr. David Butler,Exercise,HealthNews,Low back,Peak performance

The chemicals that your body produces to heal damaged tissue, and strengthen them along with strengthening bone, are the same ones that also can cause muscle soreness. Many people take ibuprofen or other non-steroidal pain medicines immediately after workouts in the hope of decreasing this next-day muscle soreness. Watch this video right now to find out why this may lead to osteoporosis. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.

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