Grow Youthful: How to Slow Your Aging and Enjoy Extraordinary Health
Grow Youthful: How to Slow Your Aging and Enjoy Extraordinary Health


Cramps

Muscle cramps are unpleasant and often painful involuntary muscle contractions. You can feel and see that the affected muscles go hard. When they occur at night they can disrupt sleep.

Cramps are common - almost everyone experiences them at some time. They can be experienced at any age, but are more common in older people.

The cramp may involve a part of a muscle, an entire muscle, or several muscles that work together, such as those that flex adjacent fingers.

Any of the muscles under our voluntary control (skeletal muscles) can cramp. Cramps of the limbs and their extremities are the most common. Involuntary muscles (in the uterus, intestinal tract, blood vessel walls, bile and urine passages, bronchial tree, etc.) are also subject to cramps.

Muscle cramps can last anywhere from a few seconds to a quarter of an hour or even longer. Often a cramp will recur several times until it finally goes away.

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