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leg cramps at night, please help.

A: treatment for leg cramps- 1. Dip your legs in a bucket of hot water; let the water level remain just above your ankles. After keeping in it for 5 seconds remove and dip in another bucket with ice cold water. Do this fermentation process for 3-4 minutes just before going to bed. 2. Drink 1/2 a kg of bottle gourd juice every morning on an empty stomach. Mix 1/2 tsp of cinnamon powder in it. 3. Take a homeopathic remedy called hus tox 30, 5 pills once at bed time daily for 10 days. 4. Follow up with a bio chemic remedy called Mag phos 3x, 5 tablets 3 times daily for...
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What do you do for persistent leg cramps? I''ve tried, Ca+ Mg, quinine to no avail. I''ve had back and knee surgery and Dr wants to do an MRI to check my back. I''m going to see a massage Therapist to do fascia work.

A: treatment for leg cramps leg cramps come suddenly and leave you feeling weak and unsure of yourself. If you have been suffering from cramps in your leg for some time now, it is a good idea to consult your doctor. You can help yourself by exercising regularly. However, you should ask your doctor if this is permissible since you have had a surgery. With the doctor's permission you can begin on some serious exercises designed to help you strengthen your legs. You should also, in addition,...
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I am having a lot of leg cramps and stiffness in my hands. I take care of a cerberal palsy patient who weighs 65 pounds and Im 51.I had a broken right foot couple of months ago.Pl help

A: treatment for leg cramps and hand stiffness- 1. Take 1 tsp of cinnamon powder with 1 tsp honey in 1/2 cup of warm water daily in the morning on an empty stomach and exactly after 12 hours in the evening daily. 2. Take a homeopathic remedy called Cuprum met 30 5 pills once daily for 5 days. Then wait for 10 days without any medicine. Continue with the cinnamon powder remedy as mentioned above. 3. After 10 days take another homeopathic remedy called Rhus tox 30 5 pills once daily for 15 days. Note the changes. 4....
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What are some causes and remedies for leg cramps?

A: There are many causes of leg cramps but in most cases it is not known. There is a theory that states that leg cramps happen when a muscle that is already shortened position is stimulated to contract. Since the muscle is already shortened, if this will contract further it can cause the muscle to go into spasm just like that in leg cramps. This usually happen at night when a person is in bed and we lie in natural position where the knees are slightly bent and feet pointing slightly downwards. In this positi

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What is good for night leg cramps?

A: leg cramps are caused when a muscle or a group of muscles in the legs contracts involuntarily. These cramps can be extremely discomforting and painful. Though these kinds of cramps can affect just about anybody they are more commonly seen in elderly individuals. The quadriceps, hamstring and the calf muscles are the regions that are most susceptible to these cramps. leg cramps can be caused due to several reasons such as; rigorous exercise, dehydration, muscle fatigue,...


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Diabetes and leg cramps?

A: What does the doctor say? It may or may not be Neuropathy. Don''t assume that though. Ask the doctor and they can take care of it. Potasium may help. A banana a day believe it or not, but a banana is carbs and may not be the best way to deal with it. Try some supplements with doctor input. Quinine is the medical treatment for leg cramps. This can be found in tonic water so you can try giving your daughter a few glasses of tonic water during the day and before bed to ease the cramps. Other wise it can be prescribed in tablet form by the doctor. It might be worth while having your daughter have a blood test for...


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Cure for leg cramps?

A: Suffering from leg cramps is extremely easy to deal with at home. The best thing you can do for it is to try and zero in on the reason you are suffering from these cramps in the first place. Usually, cramps happen due to a limited number of reasons. If you have maintained an inactive lifestyle for a long time and have suddenly changed over to an active lifestyle, then you will experience these cramps. Sudden burdens of exercise cannot always be easily tolerated by the muscles. This is especially true of the leg muscles because the entire...
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What Is the Best treatment for leg Pain and cramps?

A: leg pain and cramps are fairly common and usually are not serious, but they typically are not enjoyable, either. The best treatment for leg pain and cramps involves massage, heat therapy and pain-relieving medication as well as exercises to reduce the chances of recurrence. one usually can treat himself or herself for leg pain and cramps, but persistent instances of these conditions might require a visit to a doctor. Many people have had the experience of waking up in the middle of the night...


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What can I do to prevent toe and leg cramps?

A: leg and toe cramps most commonly occur during the night time and can surprise any sleeping person who finds himself awakening to an excruciatingly painful muscle spasm with tightening of his calf, foot, or thigh muscles. These types of leg cramps, which can last anywhere from a few seconds to several minutes, may be caused from an overuse of the muscles involved, dehydration, incorrect sleep positions (with legs placed at awkward angles or positions), or may be a side effect of certain drugs taken. Unfortunately, there...


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How can i stop leg cramps at night

A: How can i stop leg cramps at night ?I also have theses and i try to do what ill give you info for and it helps and heres some info! help to prevent night leg cramps: Drink plenty of fluids during the day. Stretch your leg muscles before bedtime. Get adequate potassium in your diet. If you have frequent and severe leg cramps at night, talk to your doctor. treatment results vary. But the most effective treatments based on current research are: Vitamin B-12 Gabapentin Night leg cramps should be...
 
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