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Muscle pains after waking up in the morning

What could be the cause of muscle pains in different parts of the body after waking up in the morning for a 23 year old male? Note that he wasn't stressed in any way the previous day and he sometimes has neck- muscle ache in the day after about 4 hours of eating?
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replied December 9th, 2014
Thank you for asking at ehealthforum!

I read your question and i understand your concern. Neck muscle pain after eating can be an atypical presentation of gastric discomfort or a simple muscle spasm. Posture during sleep or hard surface may also be the reason for the muscle pain. Try diferent bedding and see if the pain subsides. If it still persists, i would suggest a work up and a complete physical examination for better assessment.

I hope it helps.Please take good care of yourself and do as directed.I would advise to stay in touch with your health care provider as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and can not be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor where a complete evaluation occurs. I will be here if you need me or have any more questions to ask, i would love to answer.

May the odds be ever in your favour.

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