05 Apr What pain should I get checked out?
Student Question: What is considered an ache or pain that is out of the range of normal yoga or exercise soreness?
1.Aches that last more than 72 hours.
2.Loss of full motion of any joints
3.Inflammation: Redness, swelling, loss of function, sharp pain and loss of movement.
4.Tenderness to touch
5.Pain greater than 5/10 on your scale where 0 is no pain and 10 is “I’m on fire and going to the hospital now and I’m calling 911”.
6.Numbness or tingling in the extremities that lasts more than a few minutes or starts the next day.
7.Heart rate that won’t return to resting rate in more than 15 minutes after a very exhausting run or exercise session.
8.Chest pain on the left with jaw pain or numbness that is increased with activity.
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