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Question by  allinwonderland (37)

How do you go about getting rid of soreness in the legs?


Answer by  monkeyz (3150)

If it's simple soreness from working out or something, some heat, such as with hot baths, will help. A regular painkiller like Tylenol or Advil will also help.


Answer by  HawaiianGirl (6906)

You will have to find out the root of the problem. What is causing the soreness in the legs? You can take some pain relievers such as motrin or tylenol to relieve pain symptoms.


Answer by  crystal10 (65)

Leg sorness can be caused by many things, first try an anti infalmitory like motrin or alive, if that dosnt work run a hot bath and add epsoin salt and soak for 10 minutes then ice and wrap


Answer by  buddpaul (24)

Leg pain can often be treated with pressure stockings, as leg soreness often has vascular causes. Proper blood flow is very important, especially in the legs.


Answer by  cpxi (191)

Go for a short walk to increase circulation to the legs. As the blood moves through your legs, it will help to carry out the toxins and byproducts of muscle degradation that cause the soreness. Stretching can also help; try straightening your legs and touching your toes, and flexing and pointing your toes in a sitting position.


Answer by  abdesigns (50)

It depends on the reason for the soreness, but often times, a shoe with a good arch will do the trick. Before and after excercise remember to stretch well! If you are lifting heavy things, make sure to wear an appropriate back brace, it's not on your legs, but will help your entire body.


Answer by  Stephanie43 (17)

The answer to this questions depends on the cause of that soreness. Muscle soreness can be relieved with heat or ice, massage, trigger point release, and stretching. You should consult your physician for possible pharmaceutical treatments. Any other soreness or chronic pain could be the result of an underlying condition and should be addressed by your physician.


Answer by  RebeccaJane (13)

I have problems with muscle spasms and soreness all the time. The best thing you could do is try to get a shoe with a heal on it or massaging the affected area. Soaking in a hot bath is also a great idea and drink lots of milk!

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