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5 golden tips to avoid muscle tension during exercise

 5 golden tips to avoid muscle tension during exercise


It's common for some people who exercise to develop muscle aches and cramps during and after exercising.


Muscle tension occurs during exercise due to very small tears that occur in some muscle tissues in the body, as the immune system stimulates an inflammatory reaction in the affected area of ​​the


 muscles to speed up their recovery, which may cause the accumulation of some fluids in the areas of the ruptures, which It leads to a feeling of pain and tightness.


Exercising a little bit and exercising that causes the muscles to lengthen and contract for a longer period than usual may increase the chances of developing muscle cramps.


To reduce the chances of developing muscle tension after exercise, here are the most important golden tips to avoid muscle tension during exercise that we advise you to adhere to.


5 golden tips to avoid muscle tension during exercise

Avoid doing exercises that always cause certain muscles to cramp.

Remember to do stretching and warm-up exercises before exercising for every part of the body for five minutes if it is by walking on an

 electric machine or bike. In order to prepare the muscles and facilitate the work of blood circulation in the body.


Do not exercise immediately after eating a meal.

Keep drinking enough water and avoid dehydration, and increase your water consumption during your exercises to take advantage of the water's ability to strengthen muscles and prevent cramping when exercising.


Consume diets that contain protein and carbohydrates after exercise to greatly contribute to reducing muscle spasm, relaxing muscles and blood flow to them, and relieving pressure on muscle cells that were tight during exercise.

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