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Short answer: don't spar until your doctor says it's okay. Accidents happen.
Dr. Cary M. Silverman, MD recommends here a set of "rec specs" the hard-framed sports glasses that you say on, e.g., basketball players. On the same page, Emil Chynn, MD recommends LASEK surgery instead, which apparently has a lower chance of flap dislocation.
Auto-massage is trending as a main way to reduce soreness generated by hard muscle training. You can do it with your own hands and fingers or by the aid of a foam roller or a tennis ball. I'll recommend you to check this videos. How to Get Rid of Muscle Soreness, Aches + Pains 3 Unique Boxing Drills Using a Tennis Ball Enough sleeping (min 7:30 h) and ...
I get sore muscles all the time. Remember to get enough rest between training. I usually rest for an entire day, making sure I get enough sleep before my next workout. I have heard before about eating egg whites and drinking whey protein shakes help with muscle repair, but I have yet to try it. What really helps is a good massage on the sore area before ...
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