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Slowly & surely.: Exercise is generally good for achiness, but start slow - warm-up, low-impact aerobic work (bicycling, elliptical), easy stretching once warmed up, light weights. Try to exercise on most days of the week - consistency is important in this regard. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Muscle pain is most frequently related to tension, overuse, or muscle injury from exercise or physically-demanding work. In these situations, the pain tends to involve specific muscles and starts during or just after the activity. It is usually obvious which activity is causing the pain. Muscle pain also can be a sign of conditions affecting your whole body, like some infections (including the flu) and disorders that affect connective tissues throughout the ...Read more
Body aches: Need far more info to know what is going on. The discomfort can be muscular, neurological, due to a primary process affecting muscles, bones or joints, and may be overtly inflammatory or not. You need to make a list of all your symptoms, the time of onset and the history and relationships to other factors and see your family doctor for full evaluation. Good luck and hope you are better soon. ...Read more
Absolutely: Something tells me that you already know the answer to this question. Sitting in front of a computer 16 hours per day is not good for your body. We are not meant to sit for hours on end. We are meant to get up and move. If this is your work, you should consider some form of activity and exercise to counter the effects of sitting so much. Even changing to a standing desk will help. ...Read more
Small dull on and off body aches. All week. They don't really bother me. They're just kinda there. I feel fine and normal. ?
Body aches workout: You may be over doing it.Slow down and gradually increase your work out and see if your aches go away.Otherwise check with your doctor. ...Read more
Some inflammation: Pain comes from irritated pain-sensing nerve endings, which get stimulated by some inflammation (cell damage, tissue damage, release of inflammatory chemicals, the work of white blood cells, certain medications, etc.). Some people get tissue damage from overuse of muscles and joints. Infections and auto-immune disorders cause inflammation damage too. A doctor should evaluate to figure out why. ...Read more
You need your PCP!: Many things can cause this. A poor mattress, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, inflammatory disease of the spine, degenerative disc disease. There are many others. Apart from a crp, the tests after an exam that would help the most are simple ap & lateral x-rays of lumbar and thoracic spine! ...Read more
Involves muscles: Coughing can put strain on different muscles in your body and can definitely cause aches. The question is why the coughing is happening, would recommend internist to evaluate this. ...Read more
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