The Cause Of Frequent Muscle Pain In The Calves And Hands?
Shalom, good morning .. r nRaon Hadi I am 28 years old. R nWant to ask why I often have aches or pain in the muscles in the calves and hands, the pain is very intense. R nI have massaged but still, instead the pain grew longer … Setra often had shortness of breath, but I am not classified as asthmatic. and get tired quickly. Even though I am not very active .. Thank you ..
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Muscle pain in the medical world is known as myalgia, where the pain occurs in the muscles. Usually occurs because of excessive muscle use activity. In general, muscle pain can occur in any part of the body, considering that our bodies consist of various muscles as an active driving tool.
Although most muscle pain occurs due to overexertion, sometimes muscle pain also occurs due to injury or trauma, and also because of tension in one or more parts of the body. Usually, in the case of muscle pain, it is not related to an increase in uric acid levels in the body, but if you want to know your uric acid level, you can consult your doctor first.
Shortness of breath is a condition in which it is difficult to breathe, or air intake cannot meet the body's needs. There are many causes that can cause a person to experience shortness of breath besides asthma, including:
decreased blood pressure
there is a disturbance in the stomach
lung disorders such as COPD, or other lung diseases
the presence of upper airway disease
disorders of the heart
Because shortness of breath is a symptom that can lead to various diseases, to find out the cause, you must see a doctor for a medical interview and a physical examination regarding the complaints you feel. If the doctor is still unable to confirm the exact cause, usually additional examinations will be carried out such as a laboratory, Rongten, or other examination.
Meanwhile, to reduce muscle pain complaints, you can do simple things such as:
Apply ice to the affected area for 7-10 minutes
Rest the painful parts of your body and avoid strenuous physical activity
Do a light massage of the sore muscles to relax the muscles
Take pain relievers such as over-the-counter pain medications (Paracetamol, Ibuprofen)
As for shortness of breath, you can do things like:
If you are an active smoker, then the first thing you should do is stop your smoking habit
If you have a history of allergies, it's a good idea to avoid things that can trigger your allergies to recur
Taking drugs such as decongestants or antihistamines can reduce the symptoms of tightness you experience
Do regular exercise, so that the body can make the body immune from allergens that cause tightness.
If you have done all of the above, but there is no significant improvement, then you should immediately consult an internal medicine doctor and a neurologist.
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