Survival Body, Hand, Foot And Face Care Cream
- Unique protection and muscle care
- Can be used pre or post exertion/excersise
- Increases the blood flow and oxygen to the muscles
- May reduce lactic acid build up.
- Factor 15 intensive formula protection
- Moisturising creme suitable for all mild to extreme climatic conditions
- Best for outdoor activities
- Nourish and revitalise the skin
- May help with cell renewal to prevent muscles damage.
- Intensive moisturiser
An adventure companion for those who will not be able to leave the Survival Power Cream behind (Hill walking, climbing, sailing, horse riding, microlight flying the list is endless) Put is in your back pocket.
For some individuals, sore muscles are a reward after a hard workout. In fact, some people aren’t happy unless they’re sore after their workout, while others could live without it. Either way, all of us have probably experienced muscle soreness at one time or another.
What Causes Muscle Soreness?
One of the consequences of vigorous exercise—heavy weight lifting, a tough day of speed work on the track, or the stair climbing at the gym—is an accumulation of lactic acid in the muscles. Lactic acid is a normal by-product of muscle metabolism, but it can irritate muscles and cause discomfort and soreness. Muscle soreness associated with exercise is known as delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS. DOMS can make it difficult to walk, reduce your strength, or make your life uncomfortable for a couple of days.
But lactic acid isn’t the only culprit in DOMS. In fact, lactic acid is removed from muscle anywhere from just a few hours to less than a day after a workout, and so it doesn’t explain the soreness experienced days after a workout. What is it then that causes DOMS for days after exercise? The answer is swelling in the muscle compartment that results from an influx of white blood cells, prostaglandins (which are anti-inflammatory), and other nutrients and fluids that flow to the muscles to repair the “damage” after a tough workout. The type of muscle damage I am referring to is microscopic (it occurs in small protein contractile units of the muscle called myofibrils) and is part of the normal process of growth in the body called anabolism. It is not the type of damage or injury that you see your doctor about. The swelling and inflammation can build up for days after a workout, and that’s why muscle soreness may be worse two, three, or even four days after a workout (it can take up to five days for muscles to heal completely depending on the intensity of the workout).
In 1983, in one of the first studies of the causes of DOMS, subjects ran level or downhill on a treadmill (downhill running causes more muscle damage than level running due to eccentric muscle contractions), and then afterward, subjects’ perception of soreness, lactic acid levels, and muscle swelling was measured. Results showed approximately equal levels of lactic acid in both groups, but greater swelling in the downhill runners, and only downhill runners reported soreness. Since only the downhill runners were sore and the only difference between the level- and downhill-runners was the swelling, the investigators concluded that it was the swelling that caused the delayed onset muscle soreness and not the lactic acid, a finding consistent with the idea that lactic acid clears the muscle soon after exercise and is not responsible for DOMS.
INGREDIENTS: Cold pressed Organic extra virgin Olive Oil, Sterile water (AQUA). Ethylhexyl Methamphetamine, Benzophenone-3. Paraffinum Liquidum (medical concentration). Glycerin, Cerin. Cetyl Alcohol. Ceteareth-25. Glyceryl Sterate. Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride. Dimethicone. Panthenol. Hypericum Perforatum Extract. Calendula Officinalis Extract. Allantoin. Tocopheryl Acetate. Acrylates/C 10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer. Parfum. Phenoxyethanol. Ethylhexycerin. Tetrasodium Edta
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