Daily stretches can help your joints move more smoothly. Focus on the big muscle groups: calves, thighs, hips, lower back, and shoulders..Strengthening exercises like isometric chest press. Hold your arms at chest height. Press your palms together as hard as you can. Hold for 5 seconds, then rest for 5 seconds. Walking, swimming and biking can also be good options. It is associated with chronic fatigue syndrome so you need to do relaxation exercises like yoga and massage therapy. You can also try Qigong exercises to relieve muscle pain. It combines meditation, dance, movement, and breathing techniques. Lastly, apply hot packs to relax the muscles before and after workout.
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