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I'm a smelly, repulsive and undignified Decapodian who lost his medical degree in a volcano. I want to get into show business and am a hungry investor preferring a conservative, sandwich heavy portfolio.

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revised Effects of beer on muscle recovery after exercise
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comment Effects of beer on muscle recovery after exercise
Sorry, I meant to write this in the above comment. Acute in this context - medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=2133
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comment Effects of beer on muscle recovery after exercise
Yeah David, acute as in immediate effects as opposed to chronic or long term effects.
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comment What actually happens when my leg 'falls asleep'?
Cheers Biocs. Good point. I haven't found an academic source in any of the textbooks or material I have access to regarding the nerve nerve compression mentioned in the article. I'll check it out and edit it accordingly.
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comment What actually happens when my leg 'falls asleep'?
Check out the 3rd paragraph in that article Biocs - "This pressure can also squeeze arteries, stopping them from carrying nutrients to body cells."
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answered Effects of beer on muscle recovery after exercise
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revised Is the 'fluttering feeling' when under stress neurological or physical?
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comment Is the 'fluttering feeling' when under stress neurological or physical?
Hope it's useful!
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revised Is the 'fluttering feeling' when under stress neurological or physical?
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comment Is the 'fluttering feeling' when under stress neurological or physical?
Oh, sorry! Do you mean the 'fluttering feeling'? I edited the post and added some more info. Does that help at all?
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answered Could an “overactive” brain increase the chances of Alzheimer's Disease?