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How True Is “Use It or Lose It”

The influence of the reversibility principle in patient care

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“Use it or lose it”

It is highly likely you have heard these words at some point in your life. While the statement typically concerns exercise and activity, on occasion, it is in reference to mental processes as well. The saying refers to the reversibility principle, which carries a…

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