alexa Neurorehabilitation: Mental imagery-A Boost for scientific research

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Neurorehabilitation: Mental imagery-A Boost for scientific research

Mental imagery often used by professional atheletics for their performance,accounts to stop or slow muscle strength loss after extended time of its not functioning. scientists from the studies concluded that brain act as a string in helping movement of muscles.the study included a team containing a group of healthy persons with wrist hand immobilization-by wearing a cast for 4 weeks.other team underwent 4 weeks of immobilization but they performed mental imagery of strong muscles contractions 5 days per week;and one team underwent no interventions and served as control.After one week researchers measured wrist flexor strength.first team were contracting their muscles and flexing their wrist recorded by electromyogram(EMG). Study concluded that imagery studies could be vital tool to prevent or slow muscle from being weaken or restricts persons’s movement and brain plays a key role in maintaining muscle strength.


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