Should Muscle Injuries Be Cooled?

Should Muscle Injuries Cooled - Psychology, Special Needs, Health - Posted: 1st Jan, 2022 - 9:48pm

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Should Muscle Injuries Be Cooled?

Icing muscle injuries may delay recovery. In sports, it is common practice to apply ice to sore muscles in order to reduce inflammation. However, a new study on mice has revealed that icing severe muscle injuries may actually prolong the healing process. The results indicate that cooling the injury makes it difficult for macrophages to enter the damaged cells in order to repair them. Source 7h.

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Cooled Injuries Muscle Should

This goes against everything we have been told but for me initially cold applications are very important to stop the swelling. Thereafter, you can use other methods including heat.

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Should Muscle Injuries Be Cooled?
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Should Muscle Injuries Be Cooled? Health & Special Psychology

Applying COLD helps us in RECENT INJURIES or those that are in the phase of ACUTE INFLAMMATION. CRYOTHERAPY is suitable for SPRAINS, FRACTURES, TENDINITIS, fiber breaks or dislocations. The use of HEAT is indicated for CHRONIC INJURIES or in ADVANCED state process.

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