Why Does Every Cold Leg Ache?
At night, my doctor wanted to ask why, every cold weather, my legs ached even though I was young? Then why can’t I stand for long, if I get dizzy but sometimes I get dizzy? .
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There are several possibilities that can cause aches in the legs, which are often include:
Muscle disorders, for example: muscle fatigue due to strenuous activity in a relatively long time without adequate rest periods (for example: standing / sitting for a long time, walking / running long distances), sprained / pulled muscles or tendons (strains), muscle inflammation due to the use of shoes with an incorrect size
Bone disorders, for example: history of trauma, ligament injuries (sprain), fractures
Disorders of blood vessels, for example: interruption of blood flow in the veins (deep vein thrombosis) or in arteries (peripheral arterial disease)
Nerve disorders, for example: spinal cord clamping
In addition to strenuous activity, risk factors for achy feet include: excess weight, smoking habits, diabetes mellitus, and the use of certain medications. If your leg aches repeatedly repeat and interfere with your quality of life, we recommend that you check yourself directly with your doctor or orthopedic specialist for proper evaluation and treatment. In addition to systematic history taking and comprehensive physical examination, your doctor may consider supporting examinations if an indication is found, for example: X-ray or ultrasound examination (USG).
To help reduce stiffness, you can use over-the-counter pain relievers, for example: paracetamol, at a dosage according to the rules of use listed on the drug packaging. In addition, you are encouraged to get enough rest and avoid strenuous activities first, cold compresses of aching feet for 15-20 minutes every 2-3 hours per day, and position your feet higher when lying down by refusing to use a pillow.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about aches in your legs. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.