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Sore Thighs and Exercises

By Edited May 1, 2015 0 0

Stretches for sore thighs:  Do They Really Work?

There are a whole host of stretches for sore thighs and they are one of the best ways to sooth the pain. Depending on the reason for the sore thighs, the treatment required will be different. For sporting injuries and such things, a combination of different things can help to sooth the pain. Ice and heat treatment, along side massages and stretches will be the best way to help the sore thighs.

The ice treatment helps to stimulate the nerves and this is good for impact injuries. The heat treatment helps to relax and sooth the muscles, and after this is a good time to have a massage session. A professional massage will be good for removing all of the build up tension and lactic acid build up. These are all things that should be done under instruction from a professional as it is important to do them right.

 

Doing stretches for sore thighs is something that can be done as part of the above treatments or on its own. You should do some further research on exactly which stretches to do. The most important thing to remember when stretching is that you should conduct them in a slow and steady manner. Bouncing or forcing the stretch is never advised.

 

Sore thighs during pregnancy

Saying that getting sore thighs during pregnancy only happens to fat pregnant women is simply not true. Many pregnant women of all shapes and sizes experience thigh pains due to the massive increase in weight that they are carrying around during these months. In fact many women that experience the sore thighs are smaller women. You may think this is a little strange, but when you think about, it makes sense. Women who are physically not very strong, do not have enough strength to cope with the excess weight and this causes a large amount of discomfort and in some cases even pain.

 

Getting sore thighs during pregnancy is still a problem for many fat pregnant women and the reasons for this are quite simple. The body is not meant to carry too much weight and a large person is constantly carrying too much weight around with them. It puts extra stress upon the joints and the legs are one area that suffers most. Add to this the extra weight of pregnancy and it can cause a lot of strain on the thighs. This is why it is important for people to stay in the best shape possible and this can be the best way of preventing it.

 

Rashes on inner thighs

Rashes on inner thighs can be caused by a whole host of things. Depending on your lifestyle and what activities you carry out, there is more likelihood of it being a problem with rubbing. If you do a lot of walking or running, then there is a high probability that this could be the cause of the problem. Some forms of clothing are irritating to the skin, and when constantly being rubbed against the skin they can cause rashes. Another problem with this is if you have larger thighs and they are rubbing together more than they should be during these activities.

 

Another problem that can cause rashes on inner thighs is the heat. Prickly heat rash can come around during hot sticky weather, and the thighs are a very common place for this to occur. If you wear clothing that allows for the bare skin of the thighs to touch, then when they become hot and sticky, they will rub against each other and cause rashes. This can be resolved by wearing different clothing that prevents the rubbing effect. You could consult a doctor if you are worried of if you think that you may need some form of treatment.

Some people wear compression shorts or padded shorts to help with chaffing and soreness due to friction. Others have found that applying talc power or napkin rash products also help. If all fails and you are still have rashes on your inner thighs, you will be better of to visit your doctor.

 

Sore thighs from running

If you have sore thighs from running then you need to take action to resolve the problem. There are many reasons why this may be the case and it is definitely quite a common problem amongst runners. One of the main reasons for this is that running is an impact activity, especially if you are running on a hard surface such as concrete or tarmac. The pounding of weight through the legs sends shocks up to the knees and thighs and this can cause a lot of pain. This is made worse by wearing cheap of badly cushioned running shoes, so if you are serious about running then it is a good idea to save up and but a good pair of running shoes.

 

If have only recently started to go running and you have experienced sore thighs from running then it may be due to having weak legs. There are many things that can be done to increase the strength of the legs without causing this much soreness and cycling is one of these things as it is a low impact activity. Going to see a good massage therapist is always a good idea if you can afford it as they will be able to reduce the soreness and give you advice on the matter.

 

Sore Buttocks And Thighs

 

If you are overweight and obese and are suffering from sore buttocks and thighs, then yes it is most likely due to the fact that you are obese. I am afraid I have no sympathy for those that are obese. Obese people are simply greedy and gluttonous people that have no will power and cannot learn to say enough is enough.

If you are obese and think that having sore buttocks and thighs is your biggest problem, then you are in for a shock! Obesity leads to a whole range of serious problems and health risks and sore buttocks and thighs are the least of your problems. If I were you I would be more concerned about the buildup of fatty deposits that are most likely just lying in wait in your arteries getting ready to strike in the form of a heart attack. And it doesn't stop with heart attacks, you will suffer from cardiovascular diseases, joint and muscles problems, and of course you will be more prone to cancers. If you are obese than I would recommend getting off your bottom and doing something about it before it is too late! If not you will most likely be dead before you even know it!

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