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Those muscle spasms and tingling in the arms and legs is bogging you down? Then its time you shake a leg; hit the gym; cycle around or go for a swim. Yes, you read it right. It means to simply get your body moving.
Chronic muscle pain, tingling in the face, arms, legs, brain fog, fatigue and decreased energy through the day can indicate fibromyalgia. You may also feel stiffness in the limbs along with migraine. The condition affects the muscles and body tissue. You may find it very difficult and painful to exercise. However, it is crucial to be physically active. Aerobic exercise in particular helps increase the heart rate, improves the strength of the heart walls and makes it more efficient. Exercise is also necessary to keep the lymph system working properly lest swelling occurs. By including aerobic exercises in your daily routine you can also prevent myofascial pain syndrome, a chronic pain disorder. Therefore, remember to stay active and keep yourself mobile. You can start low and keep going ahead slow even if it means simply moving your limbs while on your bed. Read more at prohealth.com.