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What are the effects of too high/too low acetylcholine levels on the muscle during swimming practice?

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Dr. Scott Shapiro
Anti-Aging Medicine
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In brief: Muscle fatigue

Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that can help a nerve impulse to jump the synaptic cleft (the gap that separates the nerve ending from the muscle fibre) and initiate muscular contraction.
When levels of acetylcholine are low, the muscles become fatigued.

In brief: Muscle fatigue

Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that can help a nerve impulse to jump the synaptic cleft (the gap that separates the nerve ending from the muscle fibre) and initiate muscular contraction.
When levels of acetylcholine are low, the muscles become fatigued.
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