This chronic pain disorder is caused due to constant pressure or contraction at specific sensitive points in your muscle and sometimes in distinct parts of the body. It is also known as referred pain. People engaged in jobs or activities involving repetitive motion or stress-related muscle tension often develop myofascial pain syndrome. Common symptom includes deep pain, persisting pain, knots in a muscle, sleeping disorders.
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