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It happens to all of us, at some point in our lives. We wake up in pain and we are not sure why it hurts. When the condition is arm pain, it can really be confusing and alarming, because sudden, sharp pain has traditionally been thought of as the hallmark for a far more serious condition: a heart attack. Many cannot remember whether that symptom is true when it is left arm pain or right arm pain and we rush off to the nearest emergency room. This can often lead to embarrassing situations when the patient finds out that it is something less life-threatening. To keep you safe from panicked situations like the one outlined above, we will endeavor to explain the possible causes of arm pain, but we do ask that you remember one thing: any pain is nothing to be trifled with, whether you know the source or not. Any pain felt should be respected for what it is, and you should seek medical attention as soon as possible, no matter what.

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If you know a good physical Dolor De Espalda Nunca Mas Revision therapist, or a good chiropractor or even somebody who gives a good massage, make an appointment. But notice I qualified each of them with 'good.' Average to poor practitioners can make things a mess of things. You could end up worse, not better. If getting help isn't possible-or in between visits even if it is-here are three things to help you help yourself. First, consider applying ice packs-or bags of frozen vegetables. Put one towel-thickness, plus clothing, between you and the ice and spend twenty minutes, twice a day, with it. Ice doesn't feel good, though, so people usually apply heat instead. Heat feels great, but it's almost always murder on muscle knots. Here's how you tell: An hour after cozying up with an ice pack, you feel better. An hour after heat, though, Hoo Boy, you hurt. Another big-time help is a massager. I have a percussive massager. At full strength, it can beat the tar out of my muscles, in a feel-good-pain kind of way. If I have an injury, I back off to the old-style massager that looks like a bagel lying on top of a fat stick. If a massager causes feel-bad pain, don't use it. At least not right away. Your muscles are too far gone to benefit. Use the other suggestions in this article, get your muscles in better condition, then go at it.

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