I am very excited about a secret that has been known among many highly competitive athletes and has been used by many for treatment of pain in the lower back, hips and knees.
You can't get around it. When you play sports or engage in activities you will experience an injury or pain at one point. But what do world-class swimmers such as Michael Phelps do when their shoulder is injured and when they need to perform in 3 weeks?
And what if star athletes need to attend practice but find it impossible as their knee is swollen and not movable because of injuries from the last game?
They need to get back ASAP to be able to compete to maintain sponsor contracts. Ok, ok, they have massage therapists and, if not, there is one thing many know to shorten the recovery or to get rid of chronic pain.
First things first: When we are injured, we have three phases how our body needs to respond: reaction to the injury, repair of the damaged tissue and repair of the damaged area. These phases are present in every injury and sometimes overlap.
Yet, star athletes who have experience knee injuries or shoulder injuries need a quick recovery time. And wouldn't the average person who sustains injuries benefit from a solution to heal injuries fast as well?
What can we do to shorten the healing response?
Proteolytic Enzymes is the secret to a quick bounce back from injury or to reduce chronic pain.
What are proteolytic enzymes? It is clear that those are enzymes. But proteolytic enzymes are such as pancreatin, papain, petizyme sp and bromelain.
The way they work is by supporting the elimination of inflammatory debris and initiate the restitution. They work thrombolytically to break up blood clots through h the own proteolytic system. The enzymes accelerate the inflammatory process for the healing of the wound, which means that the work of damage control, damage repair and construction is carried out speedier then without the additional proteolytic enzymes.
The benefits from proteolytic enzymes are that they inhibit inflammation without immunosuppression, reduce pain and edema, inhibit thrombi formation and stimulate thrombolysis, improve the blood supply and therefore the nutrition of the tissue and improve blood circulation.
Did you know about the proteolytic enzymes? Research further and you will find many reports and studies on this subject as well for individuals after recovery from knee operations, recovery chronic injuries.... The list is endless.
And who would not benefit from this information?