Journal of Sports Medicine & Doping Studies

ISSN: 2161-0673

Open Access

Sewrt Neil

Department of Exercise and Health Sciences, University of the West of Scotland, Technology Ave, Blantyre, Glasgow G72 0LH, UK

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    Examining Individual Mental Health Issues: A Qualitative Study Among Sports Medicine Doctors with Fellowship Training
    Author(s): Sewrt Neil*

    It is risky to treat any pain with oral medications; acupuncture or topical medications should be used instead. The best and safest way to manage pain, which is felt in the skin, is using topical medications. The pain chemokine cycle makes chronic pain worse in the skin. Pain felt in the skin causes neurogenic inflammation, which spreads inflammation throughout the body. Pain and inflammation are reduced by blocking the pain receptors on skin sensory neurons. These morbid conditions would not be caused by a single nutrient or sugar consumption per second. In fact, once total energy intake is taken into account, many published studies have found no link between sugar consumption and body weight... Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2795-0673.2023.13.295

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