What Is Muscle Breakdown?

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Muscle breakdown refers to the collapse or improper working of the muscle. The muscles consist of a compound system of threads that contract and relax in reaction to impulses from the nervous system. When this system breaks down, proteins and enzymes are discharged into the bloodstream.
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