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Back pain is a common cause of people missing work and seeking medical assistance. It’s both inconvenient and crippling. The most typical sign of back pain is an aching or soreness in the back, which can extend to the buttocks and legs. Some spinal disorders can produce discomfort all over the body, depending on which nerves are impacted.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a long-term inflammatory disease that affects more than your joints. In some people, the illness can impair several body systems, including the skin, eyes, lungs, heart, and blood vessels. It’s an autoimmune illness in which your immune system targets your own body’s tissues by mistake.
An involuntary muscle contraction causes a muscle cramp, which is a painful tightness. Muscle cramps can be induced by a number of things, but the root reason is frequently unknown. Muscle cramps can affect practically any area of the body, but the legs and feet are especially susceptible.
Myalgia is a symptom of a medical condition such as an accident, infection, or disease. A deep, continuous discomfort or intermittent acute aches are possible. Muscle discomfort affects some people all over their body, whereas it affects others only in certain locations. Everyone is affected differently by muscle discomfort.
A migraine headache is characterised by strong throbbing pain or a pulsating sensation on one side of the brain. Nausea, vomiting, and acute light and sound sensitivity are common symptoms. Migraine attacks can linger for hours or days, and the pain can be severe enough to keep you from going about your everyday activities.
Sciatica is a word used to describe the pain that happens when nerve roots in the lumbosacral spine (low back) become compressed (pinched), irritated, or inflamed, usually as a result of a herniated disc or other constriction of the spinal canal (called stenosis). Sciatica is characterised by numbness/tingling and muscle weakness.