I came across this statistic: By 2030, as many as 11 million people could be living with stroke as more people live longer. Yikes. Research time.
The title from Flint Rehab: More Is Better… Except When It’s Not, caught my eye.
Flint Rehab says, "While repetition [of exercise] is important, too much exercise can start to hinder your progress. [Uh huh.] You need a good amount of rest and sleep in order to successfully recover."
Something, but still nothing that answers my question specifically.
And it got me thinking, because most times for me, it's never enough. Then when I hurt badly, aka when enough is more than enough, I turned to guilt because for several days, I rested my weary bones. One step forward, one step back, kind of thing. No progress at times. None at all.