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lying in a hospital bed for a couple of weeks, you could lose 20% of your muscle mass.

S, your shortness of breath may be due to the weakness of your muscles or the resulting weakness in your heart, along with digestive, sleep and outlook deterioration, all of which can be improved with a slow, progressive plan of activity. 

 

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