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Can you get sore chest & breast if you are stress out and have sore muscles ten

  1. debfrench profile image61
    debfrenchposted 4 years ago

    Can you get sore chest & breast if you are stress out and have sore muscles  tense's up

    What can we do.? or take What is the best Exercises  to do. will relax & sleep help? I heard hot or cold pads work or a bath  what cream to   help  To use? what vitamins will help. I read that vitamin E help sore breast  tenderness fatigue and tension How long dose it take to start working? Also would self massage work too

  2. christryon profile image60
    christryonposted 4 years ago

    To answer your first question: Yes you can get a sore chest and breast if you are stressed out and have sore muscles tense up. Soaking in a warm bath of espsom salts is an excellent way to relieve pain. As far as specific exercises go, I would suggest anything that doesn't make the pain worse. Self massage will work too as can tai chi exercises. They help to massage your muscles from the inside out.

    1. debfrench profile image61
      debfrenchposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      ill have a hot both Thank you very much. I feel better after what you answer. I will have a hot bath  & with Epsom salts Soaking in a warm  & massage
      Thanks

  3. ocfireflies profile image79
    ocfirefliesposted 4 years ago

    I do not know if stress can cause your breasts to be sore, but I feel like it would be worthwhile to have a doctor check you out, and especially, if in addition to the soreness, there is redness or they feel warm to the touch.

    1. debfrench profile image61
      debfrenchposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks No they a not  redness or feel warm to the touch.

 
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