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There are someinstances where a person will try to run and they will experience cramp-likepain at the side of the torso. There can be different explanations for thisphenomenon which occurs both in the young as well as the aged, and this articlewill try to explain what it is that can provoke this kind of pain. If you areamong people who occasionally suffer from this problem, then you are aware ofhow annoying it can be.

This problemsometimes occurs after some time of running, and sometimes appears just afteryou have started running. The tenderness can be so distressing as to disableeven a professional runner from training properly and reduce them to crawling. Bethat as it may, the majority of people will not pay much attention to thisproblem and disregard it lightly. However, there are some things that can bedone with the view of warding off this problem.

Culprits andremedies for side pain while running

Tenderness anddiscomfort at the side of the ribcage or torso is something that is provokedwhen a muscle gets contracted intensely, like having a cramp. It is the tissueof the diaphragm that is to blame. The problem that this article deals with hasto do with slight upward and downward movement of organs while the person isexercising, or while they breathe heavily and thus push the diaphragm strongly.

It is worthmentioning that the pain at the side of the ribcage is far more likely to occurin people who are new to running than in those that are experienced in it andare in good shape. Individuals who are not in such a good shape tend to breathemore inefficiently, thus provoking unnatural contractions of the diaphragm. As aconsequence, they might experience pain, which becomes more prominent when aperson treads heavily on the ground or breathes heavily. Also, note that goingrunning after you have had a meal might induce the mentioned type of pain.

What onecan do to forestall the onset of this kind of pain is to learn how to breatheproperly while working out. Do not breathe shallowly but instead try to makethe best out of your every breath. Also, avoid going running after you have hadsomething to eat. Wait between some half an hour and an hour before you go outjogging. Prior to running, drink some water in order to keep you hydrated and pain-free.

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