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Thread: Why do my ARMS burn when I'm walking?

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    Why do my ARMS burn when I'm walking?

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    Quick question for the legion of brilliance on this forum.

    My partner's arms, jaw and chest burn while he's walking on a treadmill. He says it burns like when you work them out, that muscle burn, even though he's only walking. Anyone have a similar complaint?

    Thanks!

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    I actually get pain in the back of my skull when I'm chasing and laughing (at the same time) after my toddler. It goes away a short while after I stop. I really have no clue what causes it, since running and laughing are such natural things to do.

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    The jaw burning raises a bit of a concern for me for coronary artery disease. Maybe a quick check with his physician would be a good idea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jammies View Post
    The jaw burning raises a bit of a concern for me for coronary artery disease. Maybe a quick check with his physician would be a good idea?
    This. Those are some scary symptoms. I'd see a doctor about them and schedule an MRI...

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    Yes, could be a heart problem. Very serious, possibly.
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