There are some steps you can take to reduce your chances of muscular pain or injury.(2) For example, making sure your shoes are supportive, you may find it helpful to invest in some cushioned inserts for your trainers.
Staying hydrated is also very important, because it helps to keep cartilage soft and pliable. Water takes up two thirds of your body and many people become dehydrated when not drinking enough fluids. Athletes lose a large amount of body fluids through sweat when exercising, meaning they may be at risk of becoming dehydrated more easily than those who exercise less.(3) When you are dehydrated, your body begins to pull fluids out of your body tissue, which in turn causes aches and pains.(4)
When exercising, remember to warm up before and cool down after. You may also want to consider heat therapy after exercising. For example, taking a hot bath or applying warm towels to your muscles.(5)
If you are concerned about muscular pain, you should ask a doctor or pharmacist for medical advice.
Flarin 200mg soft capsules. Contains ibuprofen. Relief from rheumatic or muscular pain, also for the relief of pain of non-serious arthritic conditions (caused by swelling, stiffness and inflammation of joints), joint pain, back pain. Always read the label.