myalgia

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myalgia

[mī′al·jē·ə]
(medicine)
Pain in the muscles.
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Another research paper regarding muscular fatigue, approaches aspects related to tissue oxygenation, in the absence of oxygen, inferior limbs become loaded and heavy, being affected by the modification of functional parameters, which is felt through an accentuated muscular pain (Christopher, et al., 2014; p.
smoking (p=0.015), physical inactivity (p=0.044), previous history of any muscular pain and neck pain (p=0.0001), uncomfortable workstation (p=0.0001), work-related mental stress (p=0.038) and insufficient sleep at night (p=0.003) were found to be significantly associated with neck pain at present (Table-2).
The patient described excessive muscular pain and 8 kg weight loss in the last 3 months.
Patients typically experience severe headache, visual loss, jaw and muscular pain and may be at risk of permanent sight loss if not treated promptly.
"Think of it this way: You're trading a bad, burning pain that's often chronic for a muscular pain that will go away after the first week or two of regular exercise.
Minor problems like coughs, 'u and muscular pain could be safely and e'ectively managed at home or with the advice of a pharmacist, it said.
Some common complaints are viral fevers, coughs and colds, severe throat, eye, ear and stomach infections, asthma, respiratory disorders and muscular pain. A doctor at one of the polyclincs said that on average he treats more than 40 patients everyday who have one of these problems.
Pregabalin, trademark Lyrica, is an anti-epilepsy and anti-convulsion drug that is used for controlling convulsion and the treatment of fibromyalgia (muscular pain and toughness).
Called Magic Bags, the compresses offer simple, practical and effective means to achieve comfort, relaxation and muscular pain relief.
The last days of an Ebola victim can be grim, characterised by agonising muscular pain, vomiting, diarrhoea and catastrophic haemorrhaging described as "bleeding out" as vital organs break down.
Based on lava shell massage, where warm, polished shells are used to ease muscular pain, the Therma Facial is a hydrating, anti-ageing treatment that claims to be 10 times more relaxing than a normal facial.
It found that more than 30 percent of patients reported joint or muscular pain in the jaw in the days, weeks and months after wisdom teeth removal, and about 6 percent reported paresthesia--tingling or pricking--of the lips and tongue.

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