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Muscle fever is the result of excessive straining of the muscles that causes them to overload and get sore. Muscle fever and muscle inflammation is a common situation that is experienced by most people, at least several times during their lives. Muscle fever is defined as a sensation of discomfort or pain of the skeletal muscle after intense physical activity, usually in people who do not exercise consistently. Although muscle fever is a common condition, there is plenty of controversy about the origin, etiology and treatment.
HOW IS MUSCLE FEVER DIAGNOSED?
While Muscle Fever is caused by eccentric exercise, a General Physician diagnoses Muscle Fever by conducting a thorough physical examination. In a severe case of Muscle Fever, the doctor might conduct a MRI to examine the muscles closely.
HOW IS MUSCLE FEVER TREATED?
The muscle fever tends to disappear in 72 hours. To provide quick relief, increasing the blood flow to the muscle can help. This can be done with some low intensity, minimal physical activity. Immersion in cool or icy water, and occasionally recommended remedy
DID YOU KNOW?
Some studies show that neither aerobic nor resistance exercise helps alleviate soreness. Ibuprofen taken before or after a workout, and massage afterward (sometimes a lot of massage), can reduce DOMS, but stretching before a workout doesn't seem to help