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DOMS or delayed onset muscle soreness is a particular type of muscle soreness that sets in hours after exercise. It can range from mild discomfort to crippling pain.What is DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness)?
DOMS or delayed onset muscle soreness is a particular type of muscle soreness that sets in hours after exercise. It can range from mild discomfort to crippling pain. Here we explain the symptoms, causes and recovery from DOMS. DOMS usually occurs 12-48 hours after exercise.Who is most affected by Doms?
DOMS Affects Everybody. Younger and less conditioned athletes may be more likely to initially experience DOMS, since they are exposing their muscles to unfamiliar stress and damage. However, older and more experienced athletes will also frequently experience delayed-onset muscle soreness, despite their muscular maturity and conditioning.What are the symptoms and causes of Doms?
Here we explain the symptoms, causes, and recovery from DOMS. DOMS usually occurs 12-48 hours after exercise. Muscle aching and tightness are the most common symptoms, often resulting in a decreased range of motion. Any discomfort should start to ease within 3 days post-exercise and you should return to normal within a week.