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To help keep your eyes in top shape, there's a large number of exercises you can do while working on electronic screens. I grabbed these ideas from some quick research Roll your eyes. This will help both by removing the strain of looking at the screen and by giving the muscles controlling your eye a slight workout. Close your eyes. This break will allow ...


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First of all, if your fingers are constantly under stress and they are not recovering properly, this can lead to nerve damage in the wrist and elbow which is known as a repetitive stress injury. Much of your 'finger' strength in rock-climbing and tennis is generated by your forearm. So increasing forearm strength will increase the strength of your fingers. ...


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While massages are helpful for relaxation, relieving muscle knots, and alleviating tension in specific, hard-to-reach areas, yoga is an excellent alternative; especially if you don't like getting massages. If you enjoy yoga for relaxation and find that your muscles get adequately stretched in your practice and the body is free from tension, you will not ...


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Before I answer your main question—if meditation or yoga is helpful soon after working out—let me first address your claim about it causing an irregular heartbeat: your heart will increase gradually (or at least continuously) while your body endures stress from intense physical activity, and it will decrease gradually when practicing a physiologically ...


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[May 2016] Michael asked whether the ulnar claw healed in comment. A short answer is Yes. Better analysis is that ulnar claw will probably never fully heal, the thing is precaution. You can feel the symptoms of ulnar claws in situations having excessive loss of minerals (nerve damage impairs the transportation of minerals in the arms) such as excessive ...


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