muscle rigidity

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Muscle rigidity refers to a condition where the muscles become stiff and difficult to move. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including neurological disorders, medication side effects, or dehydration. Symptoms of muscle rigidity can include stiffness, pain, and difficulty with movement or range of motion. Treatment for muscle rigidity may include medication to relax the muscles, physical therapy to improve range of motion, and addressing the underlying cause of the rigidity. It is important to seek medical attention if muscle rigidity is severe or interferes with daily activities.

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