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    Personally, magnesium citrate. Your mileage may vary.


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    Magnesium citrate. Rest.

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    Just a thought, but try easing back the volume, intensity, or duration of your workouts. Seems like you are doing too much if you are looking for remedies for muscle soreness. Workouts aren't supposed to be debilitating.

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    Only thing that I have found to help is drinking lots and lots of water, supplementation with vitamin C and a little rest. Also, if it's really, really bad I will take Advil or Aleve, but usually I don't have soreness that requires medication.

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    Are you sleeping well? I think sleep is pretty important to getting those muscles repaired.

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    DOMS should subside as you get accustomed to your routine. If that's not the case, something is wrong.

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