What are muscle pain and inflammation
Causes of muscle pain
Symptoms of muscle pain
How Long is Muscle Pain Supposed to Last?
Typically sore muscles tend to last for almost 2 to 3 days, and the pain gradually subsides after 24 to 48 hours, but even after this time, the pain is still there, and you have difficulty moving your muscles. This means that your muscles have been damaged, or you have attained any severe muscular injury.
Experiencing severe pain while doing the workout is also a sign that you have a muscle strain or you may have any severe muscle injury.
Prolonged muscle pain can be because of a severe muscle injury; in this case, you should consult your doctor, who may help you treat the sore muscles before any further damage occurs.
If the pain is followed by breathing difficulty, weakness, and fever, you should immediately see a doctor.
Natural remedies for inflammation and pain
There are some ways to cure the soreness of our muscles, such as CBD muscle recovery and many others, which are explained as follows:
Use an Ice Pack:
If it’s an acute injury and you notice some swelling right around the area of a sore muscle, you must apply an ice pack and place it on the affected area for about 15 minutes.
If there is no swelling and only pain is hurting you, place a heat pack for the same time. It will help in blood circulation.
Go for a Massage:
A sports massage will help you treat every sore muscle present in your body.
Stretch, Stretch, Stretch:
it would help if you constantly stretch your muscles after doing some heavy workout which will prevent us from sore muscles; similarly, before starting our regular activity, we should start with traditional warm-ups such as arm swings, marching on the spot, strolling, so that we may be able to pick up the pace before our workout.
no, because it only seem to cover muscle pain from exercise and/or injury. there are other ways that muscles get sore and swell up the area. for example: i had a shot in my leg and the following two days was swelled and painful. i could hardly walk or l bend the leg to dress. what would help that?
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