People with busy office jobs often fail to do enough stretching exercises. Sitting for long periods in an office or while working at home can cause muscle fatigue or discomfort, such as neck and shoulder pain, frozen shoulder and back pain.
Professional athletes and people who do lots of sports often experience muscle pain after strenuous exercise. This is due to the lactic system, which helps to provide additional energy to the muscles.
Lactic acid is produced during this process, which causes muscle soreness. Lactic acid usually returns to normal levels within one hour after exercise, but muscle pain does not start until around 12 hours later (known as “Delayed-onset muscle soreness”).
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to prevent the onset of muscle soreness or pain, consider using one of the following massage products:
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