Muscle pain can be caused by trauma, overexertion, strain, inflammation and many other causes.
The most common causes for muscle pain are overuse, tension, injury and minor accidents. This kind of pain is normally very localized, affecting only a small area of your body or only a handful of muscles. Systemic muscle pain is usually caused by inflammation of a muscle, tendon or ligament. When the muscle tissue becomes inflamed it causes the same symptoms as overuse or injury, such as swelling, stiffness and a pinching feeling.
It is very important to consult your doctor when you have muscle pain or any other kinds of symptoms that you think may be related to your health. Your doctor will check for infections, disorders of the kidney and any other serious issues that could cause you pain, weakness or discomfort. If you do have some symptoms that seem like they are related to your health then your doctor will need to do some tests and procedures to determine the cause of them. For example, if you have been experiencing stomach pain and dizziness you should see your doctor. If you do experience stomach problems, you should stay away from caffeine and alcohol as these can make your symptoms worse.
When your doctor does the proper tests and procedures, he can tell if you are suffering from an underlying disorder that is causing your muscle pain or side effect. If he finds out that you do have a disorder, he can refer you to a professional physiotherapist who will be able to work with you and treat your symptoms.
Muscle pain due to psychological issues
Muscle weakness due to psychological issues is extremely rare but it can sometimes be a symptom of a much larger problem. Your doctor will give you more detailed information about this and other possible side effects in his next appointment.