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People who exercise more also tend to drink more (alcohol)

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March 18, 2016

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Gerdo
March 21, 2016

Many people who exercise vigorously on a regular basis have soreness, especially as they get older. Moderate alcohol use dampens this soreness and while it may not be preferable to NSAID use in some ways, is more fun.

zarajhon
March 21, 2016

Nice, Article. According to me, who do exercise regularly and also have a drink then no benefits of exercise. Because alcohol’s effects on your body composition and muscle recovery.

OGHENEKEVWE OGIDIGBEN
March 18, 2016

I haven’t read of any studies done in Nigeria but majority of the male adults I know who do regular exercise,either at gym level or road walk addicts, have a regular drinking habit. The exercise routines bring a much needed emotional sucre that is used to find an excuse to indulge with friends in heavy social drinking.

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