Exercising before and after surgery can improve blood flow and help prevent muscle and nerve damage, scientists find

(Natural News) Regular sessions of physical exercise could keep muscles and nerves from getting further injured by the resumption of blood flow after an injury started to heal. The Virginia-based researchers who made this discovery noted that the protective effect applied to both normal wounds and injuries inflicted during surgical operations. “Ischemia reperfusion injury” is the…

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