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Pinching Upper Lip
When you start to feel muscle cramps, take hold of your upper lip between your thumb and index finger. Maintain constant, firm pressure. The cramp should start to fade away within 20-30 seconds,... Read more

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Electrolyte replenishment
Electrolytes- like potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium, and chloride- are lost when your body sweats, for example during exercise. As electrolytes are vital for proper muscle contraction you... Read more

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Epsom Salt Soak
Best natural remedy for sore muscles that are cramping. Read more

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On Your Bike
A good exercise to do to prevent leg cramps from occurring is cycling. Get on the stationary bike at the gym and try to do half an hour on it at a relatively low intensity whenever you can to... Read more

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Hydration is key!
If you have not been drinking enough water this can lead to a drop in the salt levels in your body, which in turn sometime causes muscle cramps. Make sure you are drinking the correct amount of... Read more

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Magnesium
When I was pregnant I experienced very bad cramps and was told to eat nuts and seeds- they contain magnesium, which apparently helps with cramps. Read more

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Calcuim Supplements
A high proportion of cramps are caused my calcium deficiency. Try to increase your natural calcium intake by eating products such as dark leafy greens, cheese, low fat milk and yoghurt, almonds,... Read more

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Magnesium
If you regularly get stomach or leg cramps, try increasing your magnesium intake. Nuts and seeds are excellent sources of magnesium, as are whole grains, spinach and quinoa. Read more

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Towel stretch
A good stretch to do to get rid of painful cramps in your calf muscles. Read more

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Exercise smart
If you are embarking on a new intense exercise regime be cautious- make sure you stretch before and after your workouts. Overworking your muscles is a major cause of muscle cramp, be careful to: Read more

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