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Muscles in pain, what to do?

Muscle pain is the side effect of metabolic processes in them, which took place a little earlier (usually a couple of hours) than pain occurred. Except pain there are other types of discomfort in the muscle during training, such as spasm, that signals the violation of salt balance in the muscle, which can be caused by wrong blood circulation and wrong delivery of micro elements into the muscle or the general lack of them in the body. The latter is treated by using mineral water and multivitamins. Blood circulation is normalized with regular workouts. Muscle pain can mean one of two things: either a large number of micro traumas or high content of lactic acid, which appears as a result of active use of adenosine triphosphoric acid, or as it’s also called ATP - adenosine triphosphate.

Sore muscles?

Typically muscle ache from both reasons - and because of torn muscle fibers, and because of large number of remains of metabolic processes. The proportion of them is different each time, for example, at relatively moderate but continuous loads almost all painful sensations arise due micro traumas since lactic acid manages to withdraw with sweat and urine. Conversely, at high loads pain becomes stronger as at the same time number of injuries increases and the body does not have time to withdraw lactic acid. How to get rid of the pain? Somehow you need to withdraw lactic acid and other metabolic remains from the muscles. This can be done only by increasing blood flow. It appears useful to drink more liquid during the workout; this will increase urination and perspiration during exercising. But you should not get carried away - plenty of liquids in conjunction with exercise adversely affects the heart.

Muscles in pain, what to do?

The blood supply to the muscles becomes better if perform some light exercises the next day after a workout: rotations, pulls and even push-ups if triceps, deltoids and chest ache. During the workout it’s necessary to perform pulling exercises. For example, flyes after press, stretching after sit-ups. The next day after training it’s very good for the legs to run 2-3 km in the morning. Immediately after workout it’s recommended to take a contrast shower. Hot and cold water will improve blood circulation due to the natural mechanism of thermoregulation. Finally, if nothing helps - you have forgotten about shower and pulling exercises, and have no strength to run or do push-ups – massage will help, or a warm-up movements all over the skin, although they are not as much effective.

Improvement of blood supply in muscles also accelerates healing of micro traumas, because of improving the supply of nutrients to the muscles. Increased caloric intake, plenty of protein and amino acids also are good for this aim. Remember that under normal circumstances the body gives lowest priority to the task of growing muscle, so muscle growth will receive energy and resources only when there is a surplus of them.

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