5 Poses to reduce leg cramps

≤15 min. If you walk and run as part of your daily exercise routine, you may be prone to calf muscle and hamstring cramps that wake you up at night. You get out of bed, work to massage and stretch the muscle, and hopefully before too long the cramping subsides and you to get back to sleep. After following numerous suggestions including drinking water and to ensure you are hydrated, and dietary shifts to ensure that you get sufficient calcium, magnesium, and potassium in your diet or through supplements, you may still experience some night time leg cramps. This practice is for you. Repeat these poses each night for a few minutes before you go to bed .

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