Your legs ache at night because during the day your leg muscles have been put to work allot
depends. it could be from working out. or being hit in the legs
When you run the power of your legs when they're moving it stretches the muscles in your legs and that could be painful.
Yes, it happens to many pregnant women.
When you drink alcohol it makes you weak, but the part that's most weak is your legs and that the only effect that alcohol have on the human legs
Sometimes when you have hyperglycemia ( a high blood sugar level) for a long period of time, your joints can ache. Most typically, the legs and the knees.
Take a potassium supplement, preferably a banana.
Once the veins have become varicose, the legs can start to ache.
To "diffuse" something means to "spread it out". Therefore, to say that someone's "legs ache diffusely" would mean that the pain is spread out through her legs, rather than only in one area. "Diffusely" would be another way of saying "all over".
i sometimes suffer from this also, i think it might be down to poor circulation.
if you do too much walking or you may of strainged them, if there constantly really hurting, then i suggest you go and see your docter :)
The flu can cause your whole body to ache. (neck, legs, shoulders ect..)
My legs use to ache a lot too. I read somewhere that taking 2 tablespoons of Apple cider vinegar mixed with a little bit of warm water helps. So i tried it and i was surprised but it actually worked. i got the Organic raw one with mother in it. Worth a try. .
Its extremely good exercise for the upper body, arms and legs. Your muscles always ache afterwards.
because cold can cause joints to become stiff and could also make your muscles sore
Ear ache, back ache, belly ache , head ache and PAIN
There can be any number of reasons for this ranging from tiredness to circulatory problems to arthritis. to answer this question properly more information is required with the question.
Walking down-hill, especially with a heavy pack, puts a very high strain on your legs.
It could be one of two things; Restless Leg Syndrome or Growing pains. Either way, try sleeping with a pillow in between your legs to help this.
Tummy ache Stomach ache
I'm going through the same thing. I had diarrhea and vomiting all night, so I think it is probably from dehydration.
Ache is a verb.
No, not all bunions ache.
plural for ache is aches