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Is Severe Muscle Pain Due To The Prolonged Use Of Air Conditioners?

Hello Doctor, After 3 years of working in open space office under air conditioner, which blew air into my leg, I have terrible pain in the muscles and tendons. I was trying every possible over the counter drug and cream. Nothing helped. Naproxen help a little. I do not know what to do next. I would appreciate your help. Thank you. Nadia
Mon, 8 May 2017
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Dear patient thanks for the question.
it may have something to do with body hydration and humidity which is relative to ambient temperature.

Try hydrating with isotonically balanced fluids around a pH of 2.0 (acid -Citrus juice 2 x Lemons, 2 x Limes + 2 x Oranges with equal parts chlorine free water with the addition of magnesium salts (Magnesium carbonate, MgCO3 and or Magnesium sulphate MgSO4) all day and half the night.

If this does not help please go to your doctor and discuss the possibility of fibromyalgia
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Is Severe Muscle Pain Due To The Prolonged Use Of Air Conditioners?

Dear patient thanks for the question. it may have something to do with body hydration and humidity which is relative to ambient temperature. Try hydrating with isotonically balanced fluids around a pH of 2.0 (acid -Citrus juice 2 x Lemons, 2 x Limes + 2 x Oranges with equal parts chlorine free water with the addition of magnesium salts (Magnesium carbonate, MgCO3 and or Magnesium sulphate MgSO4) all day and half the night. If this does not help please go to your doctor and discuss the possibility of fibromyalgia