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sore

1. (esp of a wound, injury, etc.) painfully sensitive; tender
2. a painful or sensitive wound, injury, etc.
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The researchers conclude that maximal over-the-counter does of ibuprofen or acetaminophen do not show signs of aiding the muscle repair process 24 hours after inducing soreness, and may even diminish muscle strength in the long run.
Then let your baby chew on it to relieve the soreness in the gums.
This soreness worsens in the days after exercise, and as Priscilla Clarkson mentioned in an article in Sports Science Exchange: "Biopsies taken immediately after eccentric exercise showed only small focal areas of damage, whereas biopsies taken 2-3 days after the exercise showed larger areas of disruption and other abnormalities".
Remember soreness is normal in the days following strengthening exercise and should not be taken as a sign of setback (see "Current Muscle Soreness Treatments" on page one).
Muscle soreness can affect people from all walks of life.
September 17 (ANI): Dear parents, you may ask your kids to participate in multiple sports, as sport specialisation is associated with significantly worse mood, stress, fatigue, soreness and sleep quality, especially females, suggests a study.
As I run, I develop fatigue and soreness in the lower front leg and the have difficulty with pulling the toes toward the front of the leg.
A It's natural to think you are, but muscle soreness after exercise doesn't necessarily mean you've overdone it.
Based on these findings, it seems plausible that n-3 supplementation could be useful for preventing inflammation and delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) from strenuous exercise.
Every dancer knows the pain of delayed-onset muscle soreness.