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Coffee Helps Ease Muscle Pain

MSNBC is reporting that a recent small study from the University of Georgia found that moderate doses of caffeine, the equivalent of about two cups of coffee, can cut post-gym muscle pain.

Maybe don't request that your gym serves coffee just yet because too much caffeine can cause jitteriness, heart palpitations and sleep disturbances. Also, the results might not apply to regular coffee drinkers, who are most likely desensitized to caffeine’s effects. Furthermore, the researchers studied only women, so men could respond differently.

Still, the study shows that caffeine appears to give more relief than found with conventional pain and soreness relievers. So, if you're feeling sore post workout, why not have a cup of joe?

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vrico2005 vrico2005 10 years
This is so funny on several levels: 1. I work and go to school @ UGA and remember seeing something about this but I did not read it 2. I am quite sore from my intense Sunday workout. 3. I did not get coffee today like I normally do so what am I gonna do? Go get a cup of joe :DRINKS:
DStirk DStirk 10 years
I second that!
Linda-McP Linda-McP 10 years
Yes, another reason to indulge in the daily cup(s) of java. Hope chocolate works too!
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