Pain When Squatting After A Thigh Injury?

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yesterday there was a selection around the football field. When I jogged on the last lap I felt tense in my right thigh muscle. After the next day my upper thigh hurt when I wanted to squat or walk. R n What is the solution, please help …

1 Answer:

Hi.


After doing vigorous exercise, muscle cramps or muscle tension can usually occur. This is a natural thing to happen because of the buildup of lactic acid in the muscles. Lactic acid buildup in muscles can cause pain, cramps, aches. This can take up to 7 days (depending on whether you are used to exercising or not). In people who often exercise, the pain will disappear faster because the muscles have been trained. So that the situation you experience is a natural thing. You can do a warm compress, give muscle pain ointment which is sold freely. Stretch every day and especially before exercise. You can massage lightly on the sore area. Drink enough water. Muscle cramps due to olharaga do not require any special therapy.


here is an article that you can read about muscle pain


may be useful. thank you

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