Stretching Could Help Improve Blood Flow to Muscles in Those with Limited Mobility

Last updated: 04-15-2018

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Stretching Could Help Improve Blood Flow to Muscles in Those with Limited Mobility

Muscle stretching, performed on a daily basis, could help improve blood flow to the muscles in the lower legs, which could bring health benefits to elderly people and others with reduced mobility, according to researchers. The researchers, from Florida State University, Kansas State University, and the University of Electro-communications in Tokyo, suggest that regular muscular stretching, when performed five times per week, for four weeks, also helps improve the function of arteries in the m...


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