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Posted by janewright14 
May 16, 2020 06:42AM
Nervexol How it works Compression on an inflamed sensory nerve or in the surrounding capillary beds for a long time can cause pain in the brain (nociception). The pressure on the tied nerve causes a contraction of the muscle cells leading to altered firing order patterns, protective spasm, faulty posture, wasted energy, and pain. However, prolonged pain is rare as a result of nerve compression.
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