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One of the most common rheumatism diseases in the society is muscle rheumatism. Muscle rheumatism, which can usually manifest itself in between 30 and 60 years of age, continues to have a long-lasting effect if the disease is not treated and, as a result, can seriously affect many daily activities of the individual, especially the work and social life.

The disease called mü fibromyolgy tedir in the medical field can be effective for long periods of time especially in adult women.

Generally, muscular rheumatism disease that may occur in the muscles and joints of the body may manifest itself due to various reasons and thus reveal its effect completely according to various symptoms. The most common rheumatic disease of rheumatic diseases is muscle rheumatism disease, especially in muscles and joints as a result of severe pain and shows the effect of the individual can cause serious discomfort in the processes.

What are the Symptoms of Muscle Rheumatism?

There are many symptoms of muscle rheumatism. These symptoms include;

- Frequent muscle and joint pain
- Insomnia status
- Excessive fatigue and weakness
- Pain that lasts longer than 2 months depending on the disease
- Not enough rest in spite of enough sleep, and often tired and exhausted waking
- Severe headache
- Feeling of daziness
- Excessive difficulty in concentration
- Tingling, especially in the hands, arms and back areas
- Excessive urination status
- Tingling conditions in the ears
- Rashes rarely occur in the eyes
- Palpitations and some contractions in the body are the main symptoms of muscle rheumatism.
What are the causes of muscle rheumatism?

The common cause of muscle rheumatism is the common cold. The most effective factor in the occurrence of many rheumatic diseases is cold weather climates.

However, many rheumatic diseases, particularly muscular rheumatic diseases, are more common in individuals living in regions dominated by cold climates. In addition, there are some factors that play an important role in the occurrence of muscle rheumatism. These are respectively;

- sweating in the body as a result of daily sports or exercises
- The condition of the body getting cold depending on various reasons
- Inflammation of tooth inflammation
- Inflammation of sinusitis
- Overweight
- The progression of age is mainly caused by the disease of muscular rheumatism after the age of 60 years.

How Is the Diagnosis of Muscular Rheumatism Diseased?

As in many rheumatic diseases, in the disease of muscular rheumatism, the physician first informs the patient about the general symptoms of the disease. After receiving this information, in accordance with the instructions given by the relevant physician, a variety of tests and tests are carried out in order to make a complete diagnosis of the disease. After the tests and examinations, the stage of the disease is determined and after that, the treatment is started immediately and the necessary treatment is started.

How is the treatment of muscle rheumatism?

Treatment of muscle rheumatism is usually done with cortisone drugs and pain medications. Thanks to these drugs, which are usually prescribed by the doctor, many muscular rheumatism diseases can be eliminated in a short time. However, in order for the treatment to be successful, the patient should be strictly adhered to the doctor's recommendations and avoid all the factors that cause the disease. After the rest of the day or a few days after the rest of the daily activities of the hospital can continue where it left off.

What Are the Ways of Protecting Muscular Rheumatism?

The most effective way of protection from many rheumatic diseases is the way of protection from cold. Especially in winter, it should not be left in cold weather and thick clothing should be worn during these months. However, other ways of protection from muscle rheumatism are as follows;

Smoking and alcohol should be avoided. Because smoking and alcohol, which are among the main causes of many diseases, can play an active role especially in vascular diseases and as a result play an active role in the occurrence of many rheumatic diseases, especially muscle rheumatism.

Daily exercises should be done regularly.
Especially in cold climates, cold water should not be consumed more than necessary.
Massage should be done frequently on the arms and legs.

Note: The article has information. It's not a prescription.

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