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Accordingly, the aim of this study was to investigate the interaction between HRV, workloads, and risk of overuse problems in competitive CrossFit[TM] athletes.
If used sparingly these phrases can help articulate what you're saying, but constant overuse can leave you sounding as though you've stolen your speech from David Brent.
Water overuse and wastage are the result of it being underpriced.
Going too fast, exercising for too long or simply doing too much of one type of activity can strain your muscles and lead to an overuse injury," says Dr.
Medication overuse headaches do not stem from prescription drugs only, Ms.
Migraine is a highly disabling condition with many of the treatments having both unpleasant side effects and a risk of generating medication overuse headache, which is a paradoxical increase in headache frequency and severity as a result of overuse of pain medication.
2010;9:373-80), but it hasn't been evaluated in the common and clinically challenging setting of migraine complicated by medication overuse, Dr.
Herrera explains, "but it can be weakened by overuse.
Colonoscopy overuse was strongly associated with these early follow-up recommendations by endoscopists; patients were up to 13 times more likely to undergo an early colonoscopy when their endoscopist recommended such follow up.
Nonetheless, he expects the plumbing analogy and angioplasty overuse to continue, ".
The Pew campaign, known as "Superbug Showdown," noted that antibiotic overuse in agricultural animals helps breed such antibiotic-resistant bacteria.