How To Prevent Leg Cramps And How To Never Get Leg Cramps Again!!! - HEALTYMON - healty exercise

Friday, August 16, 2019

How To Prevent Leg Cramps And How To Never Get Leg Cramps Again!!!



Although the most common cramps are seen as harmless, it can be a harbinger of some diseases or some deficiencies in the body. So, especially in the summer months and pregnant women cause cramps, how does it go? Here's the details!


Up to 60% of adults have leg cramps, such as a painful spasm, squeezing or twisting. Strangely, these cramps are more common in warmer months, according to a study. Leg cramps often occur at night and are common in pregnant women. Cramps typically occur only for a short time, but can be very uncomfortable. What causes cramps?

Like many health problems, nutrition plays a role in the repair of muscle fibers. Muscle cramps are usually caused by a lack of sodium, calcium, magnesium and potassium. All of these minerals play an important role in ensuring the transmission of neurons. In addition, prolonged inactivity (sitting, lying, sleeping) can cause cramps. The reason why cramps are more experienced during sports activities is the loss of salt in the body. The body loses salt during intense activity, and if the required amount of salt is not supplied to it, problems are transmitted to the muscles.

HOW DO THE CRAMPS GO?

* Try to apply warm to the muscles where the cramps are repeated before bedtime. These applications reduce the likelihood of cramping: you can use thermophore, wet hot towel, hot water bottles or hot stones. Watch out, don't burn your skin!
* Drink enough water. Never be dehydrated. In particular, try to consume mineral-rich natural waters with high amounts of calcium and magnesium.
* Before going to bed, try to relax your leg muscles. Take advantage of the preventive power of massage and scrubbing.
* Magnesium and potassium support prevents and reduces muscle cramps.
* Vitamin B1 can alleviate cramping problem.
* Grape seed extracts are thought to be good for foot cramps.
* Vitamin E relieves leg cramps.


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