Muscle fever is felt by the body in the form of a strong pain and a high tonus in the muscle you have trained. Whether it’s caused by intense workout or due to the effort made during the day, muscle fever occurs only 24 hours after the effort.
There are three types of muscle in our body: the muscles of the heart, the smooth muscles (from the blood vessels) and the skeletal or striated muscles attached to the bones. Muscle fever affects only skeletal muscles.
Ways to fight muscular fever
1. Vitamin C – acts as an anti-inflammatory on the areas of the body that have been subjected to the effort;
2. Cold showers – helps to better blood circulation and better vascularization of the inflamed area, helping to repair muscle fiber;
3. Rest after exercise – Give muscle fibers rest and time to repair and heal properly. Avoid…
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