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Muscle soreness is a common sensation that many of us experience, especially after engaging in physical activities or trying to improve our posture through exercises. While this discomfort can be frustrating, it's often a sign that our bodies are adapting and getting stronger. In this blog post, we'll explore what makes muscles sore, why this sensation can shift when doing posture exercises, and how long it typically takes to see the benefits of these exercises.
Why Do Muscles Get Sore?
Muscle soreness, also known as delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), is the pain and stiffness that occurs 12-24 hours after intense or unaccustomed exercise. Several factors contribute to muscle soreness:
When you engage in posture exercises, the nature of muscle soreness can shift for a few reasons:
The time it takes to see benefits from posture exercises can vary from person to person, depending on several factors:
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