Frequently Asked Questions
Myalgia, often known as a muscle ache, is pain experienced in any muscle-containing body part. They are common, and almost everybody has once or twice experienced muscle pain. Muscle pain may feel like a dull or intense ache, cause tightness in a specific body part, or extend throughout the body.
The following signs and symptoms might or might not be present in people with muscular aches:
- Pain in a specific body part.
- Stiff or weak affected part.
- Fever, redness, or swelling.
- Trouble breathing
- Whole body pain
- Muscle cramp
- Joint pain
Muscle pain can be caused by :
- Muscles overuse
- Body Stress
- Muscle injuries
- Medications side effects
- Autoimmune disorders
- Neuromuscular disorders
Some medical issues that cause muscle pain cannot be avoided. However, people can avoid aching muscles brought on by strain, stress, and vigorous exercise by carrying out the following:
- Warming up before physical activities and stretching to cool down after.
- Keeping muscles toned by exercising regularly.
- Drinking enough water to stay hydrated.
- Putting proper posture into practice.
- Taking frequent breaks if seated for long periods.
- Avoiding extended periods of inactivity.