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Why Do I Constantly Get Muscle Tension In My Neck And How Can I End The Pain And Soreness? by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 4:12pm Do you often wake up with a stiff neck - Feel like you always have soreness across the shoulders? Notice you can't turn your head like you should be able to? Sometimes feel the tension going right up into your head, causing a headache? Or even find it often difficult to work on the computer or drive for a long period without having your neck tens ... Read on »
Why Do I Constantly Get Muscle Tension In My Neck And How Can I End The Pain And Soreness? by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 4:21pm Do you often wake up with a stiff neck? Feel like you always have soreness across the shoulders? Notice you can't turn your head like you should be able to? Sometimes feel the tension going right up into your head, causing a headache? Or even find it often difficult to work on the computer or drive for a long period without having your neck tensi ... Read on »
Coping with Cold Sores (Fever Blisters) by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 Aug 2012 2:12pm What You Need to Know Cold sores are proof that life can be unfair -- some people get them, others don't. Besides being itchy and painful, cold sores (fever blisters) make you feel self-conscious. Certain treatments can help shorten the duration of symptoms of cold sores, when used at the first sign of an outbreak. Other treatments can relie ... Read on »
Lymph nodes may be enlarged and often accompanied by a sore throat by winter1101 Posted Sun 12 May 2013 12:06pm It is the cause of cat-scratch fever, endocarditis, and many other serious human diseases. Herbal remedy for thick endometrium. Not surprisingly, the bacteria are often accompanied by Lyme as they are transmitted by fleas, body lice, and ticks. There are different species of Bartonella that are actively transmitted by diverse carriers across ... Read on »
Icing might be bad for sore muscles… by ariedmuller Posted Sun 08 Jan 2012 7:11am This article came out a few days ago and has been making the rounds of the interwebs (yes, I said it…I know it’s internet). There has been a lot of reposting of this the past few days and I’ve been tempted to write about the article. I for one have iced in the past but don’t too often. I’ve never taken ice baths, but take a hot bath after a ru ... Read on »
What Causes Muscle Pain and Muscle Soreness After Exercise - What is DOMS? by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Nov 2009 10:01pm Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) describes a phenomenon of muscle pain, muscle soreness or muscle stiffness that is felt 12-48 hours after exercise, particularly at the beginning of a new an exercise program, after a change in sports activities, or after a dramatic increase in the duration or intensity of exercise. This muscle pain is a ... Read on »
Soreness vs. Pain by Dave Warfel Facebook Posted Tue 01 Jun 2010 12:00am A few thoughts that surfaced after my recent DNF at Old Dominion. I experienced what I believed was pain in my hamstring. I got to thinking about the difference between pain & soreness. You feel soreness all over. It covers a general area. Pain is more specific. It usually originates in a single, specific location. For athletes, ... Read on »
2 Simple Ways To Survive Calf Soreness After Racing by runnersconnect Posted Tue 05 Mar 2013 6:00am As spring begins to peek its head out in many parts of the country (and as many others busily dig out of snowbanks), runners are starting to think about how to open up their springtime 5k and 10k racing season. One issue that can hound you after your first springtime race is a searing calf soreness that lasts for days.  It’s always worst af ... Read on »
Tantrum Tuesday: A Sore and Cranky 5-Mile Run by Will Run For Glitter Posted Tue 20 Mar 2012 10:25pm To spare you the details of my sad, slow Tuesday morning run, I’ll make this a quicky. Remember those 30 lunges I did on Monday morning? Well, I have to report back that, apparently, I’m insanely weak, and those menial movements have left me walking with a limp. I’m serious. It’s amazing how a 10-mile run is no longer something I fear, but 30 m ... Read on »
I'm Sore. Are You? by islandgurl Posted Sat 18 Jan 2014 6:19pm It's a great feeling knowing your last workout created such pain and soreness, as that means you did your job right and muscles will grow. Get the blood pumping in those sore muscles and they will start feel better. Thank god for me it's Leg Day today.  Read on »