We all know the happy muscle pain called sore. The ache you feel after exercising, known as “good pain”. A virtuous reminder that you’re working hard to keep your body in shape. For every one of you, that kills the gym, the sore is one prove that you’ve done it right. But the problem is that even “good pain” is uncomfortable and can interfere with your everyday activities, especially, when it lasts longer. So, because of that, I decided to show you some great home remedies, that will help you to relieve the muscle pain. Also, not only that these effective ways will relieve the muscle pain, also, they will be flattering to your muscles. So, fit girls, get ready!
Ice, Then Heat
The cold has analgesic, pain-relieving, properties that will help soothe your aches. So, reach for an ice pack, and put it to the source of the pain, rather that are the legs, or the arms. Later, apply heat to your muscles to warm them up. You can apply some cream that heats, or something else. There are also creams, that are known as ice and cold, and they warm your muscles, and then ice cold you.
A warm shower or bath also triggers the muscle to relax, which can be great for tension knotted shoulders or muscles tight from overuse. So take a long lasting bath, 20-30 minutes and relax your muscles. It will help you, to relieve the pain for sure.
Massage set off a series of molecular events in muscles that helped reverse discomfort related to exercise. It also increased levels of proteins that signal the muscles produce more mitochondria, the cell structures that produce energy and help muscles recover from activity. So, what are you waiting for?!
A number of essential oils and essential oil blends may be helpful for relieving muscle pain. For muscle cramps, it is recommended lemongrass with peppermint or marjoram. For muscle tension, you can try marjoram, peppermint, helichrysum or lavender.
Drinking 500 ml, 2 cups of milk or chocolate milk, can help your muscle sore. It contains a lot of calcium, and it will relax your muscles. So, drink a cup of milk, and take a rest.
With your 2 cups of milk, you might want to take oral magnesium. Low levels of magnesium in the body can lead to general muscle aches and muscle cramps. So, you may want to consider taking the magnesium as a supplement.