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Is there any certain food or food supplement, warm up, that can help prevent myalgia?

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Dr. Alan Solinger
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
5 doctors agree

In brief: No

I am not aware of any foods or supplements that can actively affect myalgias.

In brief: No

I am not aware of any foods or supplements that can actively affect myalgias.
Dr. Alan Solinger
Dr. Alan Solinger
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Dr. Chad Boomershine
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

Stretching can help prevent myalgia before exercise.
Magnesium citrate 400mg and coenzyme q10 100mg daily can also help.

In brief: Yes

Stretching can help prevent myalgia before exercise.
Magnesium citrate 400mg and coenzyme q10 100mg daily can also help.
Dr. Chad Boomershine
Dr. Chad Boomershine
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