Why are my arms and legs always tired?
Sore upper arms and leg muscles
I would strongly recommend that you go to see your primary care doctor about this issue. Any persistent aches and pains or other types of symptoms do need to be evaluated formally by your doctor to help identify any potentially serious causes and also decide what kind of treatments might be needed. The potential causes for your aches and pain depend quite a bit on your age, what medical problems you have, and what medications you are taking. For example, in middle aged and older people, medications that are used to lower cholesterol levels commonly have aches and pains as a significant side effect. Similarly, there are a number of inflammatory and rheumatologic conditions that could be the source of your symptoms; particularly, in older adults, polymyalgia rheumatica is a major condition that should be ruled out. In both younger and older people, certain electrolyte abnormalities, such as fluctuations in calcium levels, can cause aches and pains. Similarly, hypothyroidism is commonly associated with aches and pains. Your primary care doctor will be able to perform a complete physical examination and they will be able to determine if you need additional blood working or other types of testing. Good luck!
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