I say to many of my clients ANY movement is good movement. This is difficult to qualify sometimes as there are certain individuals whom take that as Carte Blanche to get straight back into full blown, high intensity full load of training. However for most people trying to get the body out of pain and into feeling normal is difficult if they haven’t already had an active movement based regime in place already. For these sorts of people MOVEMENT IS VITAL. To move is to have blood flowing into areas and to keep elasticity of the all important muscles, tendons and fascia (soft tissues) at some sort of measurable level of operation.
Surgery has its obvious fears and issues, but the actual process of going under can have effects on your body that you aren't really sure of. What to expect when you actually have a general anesthetic? Here we look at how anesthetic actually works and what some of the issues can be and the implications of exposure to inhalants beyond the immediate stages.