Causes, Symptoms and Mediagenesis Treatment of Myalgia
The cause of back pain may be myalgia, the symptoms of which are varied. Back pain appears in every adult person often enough. Often they are intense and painful. Pain can occur unexpectedly or gradually build up over hours or even days. Any gardener is familiar with the situation when a few hours after work on the site there is a muscle pain in the arm, back or neck.
This pain is well known to athletes. In addition to physical exertion, muscle pain can cause inflammation or emotional overexertion. But not always pain syndromes arise because of myalgia. The reasons for the appearance of pain in the back are many. How does myalgia manifest and how can I get rid of it?
What is myalgia?
Myalgia is a muscle pain. ICD-10 code( International Classification of Diseases 10 revision) M79.1.The pain is of different intensity and character: sharp, shooting and tearing or dull and aching.
Muscle pain can be localized in the neck, chest, lumbar region or limbs, but can cover the entire body. The most common ailment is myalgia of the neck.
If you do not treat the disease, it will provoke serious pathologies. Over time, osteoarthritis, osteochondrosis or an intervertebral hernia can develop.
The nature of myalgia origin varies. Depending on the causes that caused the ailment, its symptoms also differ.
Causes of muscle pain
The causes of the appearance of muscle pain can be different. Myalgia can occur after a sharp or awkward movement, after a long stay in an uncomfortable position, as a result of hypothermia or trauma, due to intoxication, for example, due to excessive consumption of alcohol.
The cause of the appearance of muscle pain can be acute respiratory viral disease or parasite infection, stress.
Myalgia often causes systemic inflammatory diseases of connective tissue and metabolic diseases. For example, gout or diabetes.
The disease can provoke medications. Myalgia can appear as a result of taking medications that normalize the level of cholesterol in the blood.
Often the cause of myalgia is a sedentary lifestyle.
There are several types of myalgia.
- Fibromyalgia. This kind of myalgia is the most common. It is characterized by the symmetry of the pain syndrome, which often affects, in addition to the muscles, ligament and tendon. The pain is wearisome aching. Fibromyalgia is often accompanied by fatigue. Most of the pain occurs in the occipital part, in the lumbar and humeral region, in addition, in the neck. The most likely causes of fibromyalgia are considered hormonal and immune disorders. The overwhelming majority of people with fibromyalgia are women. Especially often from this ailment, women suffer during menopause.
- Myositis or inflammatory myalgia( code on ICD-10 M60).Myositis is of an inflammatory nature. Symptoms of myositis are manifested, as a rule, brightly and suddenly, but can have an increasing character. Inflammation occurs in the muscle tissues due to vascular lesions or impaired blood flow in the muscles. Myositis may appear during influenza or other infectious diseases, due to infection by parasites or because of a draft. Sometimes its appearance is associated with stress. Acute pains cover the entire body with the most minor movements. Sometimes the pain does not stop even in a state of complete rest. Pain can give to neighboring tissues and organs. A purulent form of the disease occurs when pathogenic microorganisms enter the muscle tissue. Purulent myositis is a disease in which phlegmons or abscesses develop. It can be accompanied by the death of tissues.
- Polymyositis( code for ICD-10 M33.2).This is an autoimmune disease. With polymyositis, pain can migrate through the body. This is a systemic inflammatory lesion of the muscle tissue, which causes weakness and dystrophy of the affected muscles. Poliomyositis is dangerous because of the risk of pathological changes in the lungs and heart. The ailment begins, as a rule, from the neck and shoulder region. Over time, the pain syndrome extends to the pelvic region and extremities.
- Myalgia of epidemic nature or Bornholm disease( ICD-10 code B33.0).The causative agent of this disease is the Korsak virus. The disease is accompanied by a sharp painful paroxysmal syndrome, which is usually localized in the area of the hands, chest, back and neck. The patient has a fever, chills and vomiting. Usually the disease lasts from 3 days to 1 week.
Creatine phosphokinase-damage marker
Different types of myalgia are distinguished depending on whether muscle tissue damage has occurred or not.
When muscle tissue is damaged, the enzyme creatine phosphokinase( CKF) leaves the cells and its blood level rises. Damage to muscle tissue occurs, as a rule, with inflammatory myositis, due to injuries or due to intoxication.
Myalgia, in which an increase in the level of activity of CKK is found, is acute and chronic. The chronic form of myalgia develops against a background of chronic muscle diseases, as a result of infectious or parasitic lesions of muscle tissue or due to endocrine diseases. Symptoms of chronic myalgia are often not pronounced. A aching, pressing, dull pain binds the body. The disease can be accompanied by nausea. Affected tissues hurt during palpation.
Methods of diagnosis and treatment of
It is important to correctly diagnose the disease.
Manifestations of the disease are similar to the symptoms of neuritis, neuralgia or sciatica. After all, pain when pressing on muscle tissue can occur not only because of muscle damage, but also peripheral nerves.
If you experience symptoms of myalgia, you need to see a doctor. If the diagnosis of myalgia is confirmed, treatment should be prescribed only by a doctor. He will recommend the patient complete rest and bed rest. It is useful to heat in any form. Affected areas can be covered with warm bandages - a woolen scarf or belt. They will provide "dry heat".The doctor will find out the causes of the development of the disease. If a pathogenic microorganism or parasite has caused the disease, the doctor will prescribe antibiotics or anthelmintic drugs. In cases where the disease has appeared due to autoimmune disorders, the doctor will prescribe hormonal drugs and immunosuppressors. Immunosuppressors are medicines that act depressingly on the immune system.
To relieve the condition with severe and unbearable pain, it is recommended to take painkillers. They will help to choose a doctor. He will also determine the medication regimen and duration of the course. In cases of particularly severe pain, the doctor may prescribe intravenous injections. Treatment with medicines should be carried out under the supervision of a doctor.
With the development of purulent myositis, surgeon's help is needed. Treatment with medications such a myositis is made with mandatory opening of the focus of infection, removal of pus and the imposition of draining bandages. Any delay in the treatment of purulent myositis is dangerous for human health.
In the treatment of myalgia, physiotherapy is effective. The doctor can recommend ultraviolet irradiation of the affected areas, electrophoresis with histamine or novocaine.
Get rid of gelotic plaques massage will help. When diagnosing purulent myositis, the massage is strictly contraindicated. Any massage with myalgia should be entrusted to a professional. Improper grinding of the affected areas can provoke an increase in the disease, causing damage to other tissues.
At home, you can use warming ointments and gels. Such means are Fastum gel, Finalgon or Menovazinum. Before using them, you must carefully read the instructions and perform all the actions strictly according to the manufacturer's recommendations.
To ease the condition of the patient will help folk remedies. For example, bacon. Unsalted fat should be grinded and added to it crushed dried field horsetail. On 3 parts of fat take 1 part of horsetail. The mixture is thoroughly ground until uniform and gently rubbed into the affected area.
White cabbage has long been known for its painkillers and anti-inflammatory properties. A sheet of white cabbage should be generously soaped with household soap and sprinkled with baking soda. After that, the leaf is applied to the affected area. A woolen scarf or bandage is tied over the warming compress.
Painful and relaxing effect on strained muscles laurel oil. To prepare a solution of 10 drops of oil, add 1 liter of warm water. The cotton towel is immersed in the solution, squeezed out, rolled up and bundled onto a sore spot.
At night you can make a compress made of potatoes. Several potatoes are cooked in a peel, kneaded and applied to the body. If the mashed potatoes are too hot, you need to lay a cloth between the potatoes and the body. Compress should not be scalding. A warm bandage is tied on top.
The leaves of burdock will help in the summer. Large fleshy leaves should be doused with boiling water and applied in layers to the sore spot. A flannel or woolen bandage is superimposed on top.
Prevention of pain syndrome
Some people suffer from myalgia regularly. It is enough to walk in windy weather without a scarf or sit in a draft, as literally the next day there is myalgia of the neck. Such people need to pay more attention to the prevention of this ailment.
For this you need to dress according to the weather. Since the temperature drops can provoke muscle pain, you can not run out into the street in cold weather or in a cold room after physical exertion.
There are also people at risk who, due to their professional activities, are in the same position for a long time and repeat the same movements.
These are chauffeurs, office workers, musicians. Such people need to take regular breaks during work, during which it is recommended to walk around and stretch the muscles. During sitting, you need to monitor your posture, since with an incorrect position of the body muscles are subjected to unnatural static loads.
People with diseases of the musculoskeletal system need to cure their ailments. This will reduce the likelihood of myalgia.
Regular physical activity. Moderate exercise will strengthen the muscles and reduce the impact on them of various negative factors. It is very useful to swim in open water in summer or in the pool during the cold season. Swimming also has a hardening effect and helps to strengthen the immunity of the whole organism.
Additional sources of
Myalgia in therapeutic practice - approaches to differential diagnosis, treatment NA Shostak, NGPravdyuk, IV Novikov, ES Trofimov GBO VPO RNIMU im. NI Pirogova Ministry of Healthcare and Social Development of Russia, Moscow, Journal of Attending Physician Issue No. 4 2012
Pain syndrome in patients with fibromyalgia G.R.Tabeeva, MMA im. IMSechenova, Moscow, breast cancer journal Independent publication for practicing doctors, issue No. 10 2003
1. Heaviness in the legs and muscle pain( may be symptoms of spine lesions)
2. Rheumatic myalgia manifests itselfpain in the femoral muscles.
3. Increased temperature, headaches, stiffness of movements.nausea.
Fibromyalgia. Occurs in the lumbar region, occiput or neck, in the shoulder joints, in the muscles and ligaments of the hips, knees. Fibromyalgia is the most common form of myalgia.
Causes of myalgia
Muscle pain occurs due to various reasons. First of all, this stagnation in the muscles, muscle spasm, tissue damage( bruises, sprains).Myalgia can occur as a result of an infectious disease: influenza, ARVI, arthritis, myositis, radiculitis, and others. Provoke myalgia can cold, nervous stress, prolonged exposure to cold water, dampness.
From the listed reasons it is visible, that the myalgia arises because of disturbance of exchange processes, inflammations, circulatory disturbances.
The main reason is the uneven or poor supply of oxygen to the muscles. For example, inflammation of the arteries of the hip joint can provoke myalgia of the lower extremities. Like any process that causes dystrophy, a violation of muscle nutrition, metabolic processes, metabolism can lead to tissue dystrophy, and cause limb weakness.
Rheumatic manifestations of polymyalgia are common in the elderly and in children who have experienced serious infectious diseases. The cause of this disease is the same - the violation of metabolic processes, which cause pain and dystrophy of the muscles. A characteristic symptom of this disease is the morning stiffness in the muscles.
Treatment of myalgias
Since the cause of myalgia is the disturbance of metabolic processes, the development of muscle spasms, hypertension, the task of therapy is to restore normal blood circulation, remove pain syndrome, muscle spasm. It is important to identify the cause of the disease and direct therapeutic efforts to eliminate it.
It's not just about treatment, it's about eliminating the conditions of the disease, such as stress, unfavorable living and working conditions( cold, damp).And also treatment of systemic diseases of the body, whose symptom was fibromyalgia.
The therapeutic program of myalgia contains methods for removing pain syndrome and muscle spasm, anti-inflammatory measures, methods of normalizing the processes of metabolism and improving the state of the nervous system.
MC Dr. OST has innovative methods for treating myalgia:
DRX robot for local extension of displaced vertebrae. There is no analogue of the non-surgical method of treating the most complex pathologies of the musculoskeletal system, including hernias and protrusions of the spine. High-precision system individually determines the parameters of stretching the damaged segment of the spine, restoring the physiological volume of the intervertebral space and eliminating the infringement of the nerve, blood vessels, eliminating the cause of the formation of the hernia.
The "Doctor Ost" center was the first and only in Yekaterinburg and the Sverdlovsk region to work according to the methodology developed by NASA scientists.
CHENS - percutaneous electroneurostimulation for relief of pain syndrome of varying severity. Today TENS is the most powerful way to treat such complex joint diseases as spondyloarthrosis, coxarthrosis, gonarthrosis, which allows to avoid prosthetics. Low-frequency current pulses are delivered directly to the focus of pathology, stimulating the affected tissues to self-repair: microcirculation improves, edema decreases, spasm of surrounding muscles is removed, trophic nutrition improves, innervation is restored. Chans does not drown out the pain, but heals the body.
HILT therapy - a high-intensity laser HILT has a colossal anti-inflammatory and biostimulating power and allows to achieve an early cure without traumatizing tissues, no matter how deeply the pathology was located. HILT instantly removes even acute pain syndrome, stimulates the renewal of healthy cells and is able to replace the operation for prosthetics.
Pain in the thigh muscles
Pains in the femoral muscles can manifest themselves both after heavy physical exertion, and independent of them. The main symptom is a pain sensation, which can be either permanent or periodic( more often - in the morning).Painful sensations can be accompanied by a restriction of mobility, irradiation in the groin, in the leg. Also, pain in the femoral muscles is often the result of the spread of pain from the lumbar region, with the existence of a clear pathology of the spine.
Causes of pain
The pains in the muscles of the hip may be the result of: the resulting injury, damage, an infectious disease, hormonal disorders, nervous system diseases and even a deficiency in the body of the necessary vitamins and microelements. The pains themselves are the initial symptoms, which can be the causes of several diseases at the same time. Consequently, to determine why there are pains, you need to turn to a specialist, go through a complete examination of the entire body.
Aseptic necrosis of the femoral head
If the muscles of the buttocks and thighs are hurt, then this can cause aseptic necrosis of the head of the femur. The development of this disease takes place very quickly, the pain grows and becomes intolerable within 2-3 days, even at rest. The cause of the disease may be hidden in the violation of blood flow in the femoral artery, which can lead to any injury to the hip joint. To treat such a disease is very difficult and the treatment is carried out in several stages:
- the period of maximum rest. Excludes a long load on the aching leg, minimum walking and standing;
- introduction of therapeutic gymnastics, massage, hirudotherapy. Increases the load on the foot, by means of a half-hour walk;
- to the treatment of the second stage is the application of medicines.
Myositis is the inflammation of the muscles, manifested due to hypothermia, injury, and muscle cramps. The disease occurs in various forms - acute, subacute and chronic.
With myositis, there is edema, densities, hyperemia of the skin. Nonmedical treatment of myositis is a course of massage or acupuncture, physical therapy and pharmacopuncture. To prevent the manifestation of this disease, it is important to avoid muscle tension, prolonged exposure in the cold.
The main symptom of the disease is the pain sensation and the feeling of heaviness of the legs that arise when the artery is inflamed. In this case, the pain is very strong and the symptoms increase with movements, trying to press the muscle, but can be at rest. The causes are stagnation of muscle tissue, muscle hypertonia, with injuries, muscle sprains, bruises, emotional stress, hypothermia. Treatment of any form of myalgia is: physiotherapy, the use of phytopreparations, vacuum therapy, lymphatic drainage and acupuncture.
Over time, the articular cartilage wears, which complicates depreciation and causes severe pain. The development of this disease proceeds gradually, in the first stage there is a slight pain in the groin and pain during walking. When the disease develops, there are limited movements, worsening of the condition with prolonged physical exertion. The strength of pain is strongly influenced by sharp weather changes. In order to relieve the pain using drugs that have anti-inflammatory and anti-edematous effects, it is also possible to administer hormone therapy. At the primary stage, massage, physiotherapy, UHF therapy is a great help. In coxarthrosis of the 3rd stage, surgical intervention is applied, and hip joint endoprosthetics are performed.
Very often the cause of muscle pain is injury. The most common injuries are: the rupture and hip of the hip muscles.
When the hip muscle ruptures, the frontal surface is damaged, most often due to a stroke, when the muscle is in a state of tension. Such a trauma is common among athletes athletes.
The main symptoms of the rupture are:
- severe pain that occurs during muscle tension;
- convulsive muscle contraction;
- the appearance of a sense of "crack" and "thrust";
- presence of high sensitivity in the affected area of the thigh.
Treatment is carried out for 10 to 12 weeks, depending on the severity of the injury. First of all, it is necessary to apply cold to the place of injury, then within a day to cool the area of damage. Be sure to ensure the immobility and peace of the damaged hip, at least 2 weeks. The physiotherapy procedures begin on the 3rd day after the injury. With repeated ruptures of the hip muscles, longer treatment is required.
In cases where there is a complete rupture of the thigh muscle, there is a hematoma in the area of trauma, a characteristic "failure", explained by the origin of the contraction of the torn ends of the muscles.
Thigh muscles of the thigh
This trauma appears later sports trauma, but it is not only found in professional athletes. To provoke an hip of muscles of a femur it is possible at unsuccessful falling from a small height, at run and jumps. There is a sharp pain at the point of damage, swelling, hemorrhage. At attempts to strain a muscle it is possible to propalpize zapadenie in a place of the received trauma. Treatment of tearing is to ensure rest, with the use of various ointments and creams that contribute to pain and healing of injured tissues.
Partial rupture of the biceps muscle
Such an injury often occurs in moments of jerking or in uncoordinated movement. Moreover, a rupture can occur at the site of the transition of the muscle to the tendon. With palpation, pain is felt, muscle tension is weakened, limb movement in the knee joint occurs, swelling is felt, pain is moderate in the inner surface of the thigh. With a sharp hip lead sideways, the biceps femoris strongly hurts. Anesthetic and anti-inflammatory ointments are used to treat a partial rupture.
Myalgia - muscle pain
Many people in my life have repeatedly experienced myalgia - muscle pain that occurs in a state of rest or muscle tension. These painful feelings create a lot of inconvenience and significantly reduce the quality of life.
Today's market offers a wide range of drugs for the relief of muscle pain. But the most effective in the fight against myalgia is a combination of medicines.
Fundamental studies of recent years have shown that a significant part of the pain syndromes is due to the development of a stable muscle spasm. The causes of the formation of muscle spasms are different. It can be all kinds of injuries when the muscle tenses in response to pain. In addition, the cause of muscle spasm can be a prolonged static tension, which occurs, for example, when the person is not correctly planted at the computer, the schoolboy at the desk, when carrying a bag on one shoulder. When such a voltage is maintained for a long time, the myocytes seem to "get used" to be in a stressed state, which leads to a disruption in metabolic processes. And, finally, emotional stress can lead to spasms. To date, muscle pain is a very common syndrome, it is experienced not only by adult men and women, but also by adolescents.
Myalgia is of various origins. The pain that occurs in fibrous structures - muscles, tendons, ligaments, etc., is referred to as fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is the most common form of chronic myalgic syndromes. It has been revealed that fibromyalgia is often associated with sleep disturbance. Note that a combination of pain, morning stiffness, asthenia and sleep disorders is noted in more than 75% of patients.
Fibromyalgia may be of different localization, but the occipital region, lower back( lumbago), neck, shoulder region, chest and thigh regions near the knee joint are especially affected. This kind of pain occurs mainly in women. It can be caused or exacerbated by physical or mental overload, sleep disorders, trauma, dampness or cold, and sometimes systemic, usually rheumatic diseases. The syndrome of primary fibromyalgia is especially frequent in young healthy women who are characterized by anxiety, susceptibility to stress and depression, and also in adolescents, especially girls. Men are more susceptible to local fibromyalgia in cases of overload associated with work or sports. Primary fibromyalgia is a form of lesion of extraarticular soft tissues, characterized by diffuse musculoskeletal pain and the presence of specific painful points or points of hypersensitivity, determined by palpation. Numerous studies have shown that fibromyalgia affects 1 -2% of the population of developed countries, and there is a tendency to increase the proportion of this pathology among other rheumatic diseases. A characteristic feature of the syndrome of primary fibromyalgia is the abundance and variety of patient complaints with a small number of objective signs of the disease. The main symptom of primary fibromyalgia is chronic diffuse musculoskeletal pain, which, as a rule, is combined with unpleasant sensations in the muscles.
Another common cause of myalgia is myositis, an inflammation of the muscle tissue. Myositis can occur as a complication of various diseases, such as influenza. Among the reasons for its occurrence are muscle injuries or overstrain due to unusual physical activity. In the acute period of trauma, pain in the muscles is reflex and is associated with excessive excitation of the receptors located deep in the tissues. Pain in the muscles can have a vascular origin and arise with insufficient blood supply. In this case, the increased requirements of the actively working muscle are not provided with the necessary amount of oxygen and nutrients. With myositis, there are aching pains in the muscles of the arms or legs, the trunk, which are intensified when moving.
Often, myalgia is the initial symptom of polymyositis, in which muscle weakness develops further. Known rheumatic polymyalgia, which is characterized by pain and tension of the muscles of the neck, the shoulder girdle, which then spread to the pelvic girdle and muscles of the legs.
In literal translation from Greek, the term "myalgia" means "muscle pain."As a rule, the disease occurs suddenly and is accompanied by unpleasant sensations during movements or palpation of the muscles. In addition to sharp pains, myalgia manifests itself as edematous limbs, the appearance of inflamed areas, a violation of the permeability of membranes of muscle cells. Contrary to popular belief, the symptoms of myalgia can manifest even in absolutely healthy people at a time when they, for example, overstrain muscles during physical work or playing sports.
influenza, Orvi and other infectious diseases;
arthritis, sciatica, spine pathology;
muscle strain during labor activity.
Symptoms of the disease manifest themselves differently depending on the type of myalgia. In modern medicine it is customary to allocate:
fibromyalgia - characterized by pain in the muscles, ligaments and tendons. Most often suffer from shoulder joints, occipital region, loin and neck. Unpleasant sensations are especially pronounced in the palpation of muscles;
myositis or inflammatory myalgia - the treatment of patients with this diagnosis is absolutely necessary, as people suffer from the severe pain that occurs with the simplest movements. This type of myalgia has a strong influence on the muscles of the trunk and extremities. In neglected cases, they lead to disability;
polymyositis - is characterized by pain in the muscles, dystrophy, muscle weakness.
In addition to the above symptoms, all types of myalgia are inherent: headache, nausea, vomiting, swelling, hyperthermia, impaired permeability of cell membranes.
The choice of treatment method directly depends on what causes myalgia was caused. If the symptoms appear after colds, the patient is prescribed antipyretic drugs, which not only eliminate heat, but also pain in the muscles. A similar tactic is used in all other cases. For example, if myalgia occurs after a nervous strain, then sedatives will help get rid of it.
When doctors can not determine the true cause of the disease, the treatment techniques are based on the removal of immediate symptoms.
As a rule, patients are prescribed non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: meloxicam, indomethacin, naproxen, diclofenac.
Myalgia, the symptoms of which are especially severe, may require the use of non-narcotic analgesics such as pentalgin, caffetin or analgin, and they are taken as ointments or tablets, and intravenously - by injection. As for ointments, the best effect is observed when rubbing into the inflamed areas of the finalgal, analgos and fastum-gel. Good results also show menovazine and tincture of red pepper.
Regardless of the form of myalgia, you need to get rid of muscle pain by using a set of measures. In particular, if a person is diagnosed with myalgia, the treatment involves not only taking medications, but also manual therapy, physiotherapy, massage, acupuncture, physiotherapy and spa treatment.
Let's take a closer look at the massage. If it is done by professionals, then the patient as soon as possible disappear almost all the signs of myalgia, improves blood circulation, reduces swelling of the limbs and restores their normal work. The first massage sessions are carried out in a gentle mode, but then the load on the inflamed area increases with the decrease in the intensity of pain. The course lasts 6-8 procedures. Each session lasts no more than 15 minutes, so if you are diagnosed with myalgia, treatment with massage will not take long and will allow you to get rid of the illness without taking your time off work and household chores.
Painful sensations in the field of muscles and joints - quite often a phenomenon in the life of almost every representative of modern humanity. If you believe the statements of medical specialists, this pathology began to grow young, that is, muscle pain more and more often captures into its "tight network" not only the elderly, but also adolescents. With what is it connected?- you ask. The answer is quite simple. All the blame for the huge amount of stress and physical exertion that fall to the lot of young people. But now it's not about that. If you do not already know, then we hasten to inform you that in medicine, muscle pain is called nothing more than myalgia. As we said a little earlier, myalgia is a muscle pain. However, this pain differs from many others in that it can disturb a patient not only with physical stress, but also at rest. There is myalgia as a result of hypertonicity of muscle cells. What helps to overstrain these cells? To provoking factors of muscular cells overstrain it is possible to carry: excessive stressful situations, emotional failures, long physical exertion, traumas, professions that provide for being in the same position and so on. The resulting hypertonic muscle in turn provokes the development of numerous changes in metabolic processes. As a result, the pain begins to disturb the person even more. Prolonged absence of myalgia treatment can cause the development of such diseases as: osteoarthritis, osteochondrosis, as well as herniation of any intervertebral disc.
Modern medicine distinguishes several types of myalgias. Right now we will present you these types of myalgias, as well as the symptoms with which they are accompanied.
Let's start with fibromyalgia. This type of myalgia is characterized by painful sensations that disturb the patient in the area of muscles, ligaments or tendons. In most cases, this disease makes itself felt in the region of the waist, neck, shoulder joints or the occiput. Fibromyalgia can also be of two kinds - primary and secondary fibromyalgia. In the first case, fibromyalgia is accompanied by musculoskeletal pain sensations, which are especially acute when they are probed. Another type of myalgia is myositis. This type of myalgia is accompanied, as a rule, by the inflammatory process of muscle tissue. In the presence of this disease, the patient is tormented by severe aching pains, which are especially acute during movement. Myositis almost always has its negative impact on the muscles of the trunk and extremities.
Poliomyositis - one of the types of myositis, which has the following symptoms: pain in the muscles, muscle weakness and dystrophy. Practically all types of myalgia, in addition to pain, are also characterized by such symptoms as: swelling, impaired permeability of cell membranes, headache, hyperthermia, nausea, vomiting, joint tension and some others. Without a doubt, myalgia needs to be treated. And the earlier you start to do it, the better. As soon as you notice the first signs of the development of this disease, immediately seek help from a specialist doctor who can assign you a really correct course of treatment. Along with the prescribed course of treatment, do not forget that to date there is a huge amount of dietary supplements( biologically active additives), the application of which will speed up the process of your recovery.