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Fibrolief - Fibromyalgia Supplement

by gold stone (2019-04-25)

If possible, don't eat Fibrolief - Fibromyalgia Supplement Reviewwithin 2-3 hours before sleeping. The benefit of this is that your body can recover while you sleep rather than focus on digestion, which requires a lot of energy from the body. If you have to eat late eat fruit as it digests quickly, usually within 20 minutes. The body only likes to do one thing at a time. When you sleep you detoxify your body, and this is very important to recovery. Don't interrupt that quality sleep with a big meal.Drink lots of water. Water is the means that nutrients are transported throughout your body for use. Water helps to detoxify your body and helps to clean your liver. The rule of thumb is to take your weight in pounds and divide it by 2, this is how many ounces of water you should drink a day. Divide that by 8, this will give you how many 8 ounce glasses per day. Everyone is a different size; everyone does not drink the same amount of water. If you exercise very strenuously, consider that you should increase the amount of water you drink. You can get up to a liter of water into your body from eating fruits and veggies! Water makes up 60% of your muscles and is important to their recovery. A hydrated muscle is stronger muscle. A hydrated muscle is said to be more resilient to lactic acid build up.STTRRREEETTTCCCHH! There is much controversy over whether stretching helps you recover. My opinion is, yes it does. When you work out and contract your muscles you are shortening them every time they contract. They stay shortened for hours after you workout. By stretching you can bring your muscles back to a lengthened state. There are physiological and psychological reasons why this is important. Physiologically a long muscle is a strong muscle. If you take an elastic band and stretch it as far apart as you can and then let it get a fast strong SNAP!!! Now take it again and only stretch it half way, look at the difference in strength in that elastic popping back into original form. Your muscles work the same way. So keep your muscles long and strong. Stretching, especially yoga, also promotes circulation. Good circulation is very important to recovery because blood supply has oxygen and nutrients, promotes healing and transports toxins from metabolism away from the body. Psychologically, if stretching makes you feel better, well that is half the battle. Feeling good, you work out harder, bottom line! The mind is a powerful tool.