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Health - Leg Soreness after drinking alcohol

Discussion in 'Alcohol' started by inferomors, May 15, 2005.

  1. inferomors

    inferomors Newbie

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    Mar 1, 2005
    All right, I'm baffled. This seems to happen every time I get
    drunk: I never suffer from hangover in the traditional sense, but my
    calve muscles ache alot! Most of the time when I am drunk I do
    not move around too much, so I know it's not muscle fatigue from use.

    It is as if the entirity of what should be a hangover is transfered to
    my legs - that or I tend to climb mountains and forget about it the
    next morning.

    I was really wanting to know if anyone knew what might be causing this?

  2. Toria

    Toria Mercury Member

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    Feb 12, 2005
    well, you might be clenching your calves and not noticing it while drunk. So you're physically active while sober then? maybe when you're drunk you just don't feel the soreness from fatigue, then you wakeup and you feel it.