Why Do My Muscles Hurt All the Time?

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General and consistent pain in the muscles may be caused by Fibromyalgia Syndrome. This is a disorder in which the whole body aches, muscles, ligaments, tendons and no apparent can be found occurring mainly after a flu and results in a general feeling of tiredness.
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If your muscles hurt, it might be from over exercising them. Just let them rest a little, they may be sore. If they hurt a lot you should go to a doctor.
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See your health care provider as soon as possible (bone specialist). Bone contain three types of bone cells; Osteoblasts, repairs new bone and repair bone damage. Osteocytes, which
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Be carefull of over training a muscle group, If your soreness goes past 2 days you have overtrained. Overtraining is basically an injury, this will delay the process it takes to build
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