Today’s HealthNews For You NSAIDs May Prevent Benefits of Lifting Weights

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NSAIDs May Prevent Benefits of Lifting Weights

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NSAIDs May Prevent Benefits of Lifting Weights

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In today’s news we look at how non-steroidal pain medicines prevent the benefits of lifting weights including those related to strengthening bone.

To make a muscle stronger, you have to exercise it against resistance strong enough to damage the muscle fiber. Then when muscle fibers heal, muscles becomes larger and stronger. Anything that enlarges and makes muscles stronger also should help to make the corresponding bones larger and stronger too.

Aging weakens bones to increase risk for osteoporosis and bone fractures. The most effective way to strengthen bones and prevent this increased risk of bone fractures is to exercise against progressive resistance.

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. Unfortunately, the ibuprofen can prevent bone strengthening by blocking the same chemicals that heal damaged tissue.

If you lift weights to strengthen your bones and muscles, deal with your muscle soreness naturally by stretching before your workout, hydrate and/or an epsom salt bath.

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