What's the best way to get rid of sore muscles?
What is the best way to get rid of sore muscles?
Stretch and take a warm shower or soak in epsom salt and warm water
Muscle soreness is common after an intense workout. Learn how to alleviate sore muscles quickly. read more
Epson salt bath. Whereas continued exercise does indeed help relieve sore muscles, that process takes a while. Taking an epson salt bath brings immediate relief although it doesn't cause soreness to go away completely.
Get a massage! The motions of a massage actually decrease swelling which ultimately will ease your muscle pain!
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