When you work out you’re damaging muscles, and in response your body adapts, healing that damage and making you stronger so that you can better handle those forces in the future. Photo: Flickr/mariachily

Why you shouldn’t take painkillers after working out

Artificially suppressing the initial inflammation from exercise could prevent the healing process and neutralise some of the real benefits of exercise

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When you work out you’re damaging muscles, and in response your body adapts, healing that damage and making you stronger so that you can better handle those forces in the future. Photo: Flickr/mariachily
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