Promote Exercise Programs in School to Reduce Stress and Prevent Myofascial Pain Syndrome
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Myofascial Pain Syndrome is a chronic pain disorder that occurs when a muscle is contracted repetitively. It causes pressure on sensitive points in your muscles (trigger points) and pain in unrelated parts of your body.
This petition aims to prevent Myofascial Pain Syndrome through the promotion of having exercise programs in schools as it can help students cope better with pain and maintain a good posture. On the other hand, stress is also one of the causes of the said syndrome. Thus, having regular exercise programs can help students to distress and relax. Lastly, with the promotion of this program, we can provide ways on how to take care of our bodies.
Taking a short break from all our responsibilities and just by taking a simple little stretch can matter. Let us make a stand and help prevent this chronic pain disorder.
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