5 Tips to Relieve Muscle Cramp

Updated: Mar 29, 2020

Muscle Cramp

1. Keep moving.

2. Drink lot of water.

3. Avoid strenuous activity.

4. Use heat pad.

5. Eat foods rich in magnesium and potassium. Mumbai and other metro cities like Thane, Pune are very hot during summer and people staying in these regions are not use to cold climates. When winter season arrives its difficult for body to adjust extreme cold temperatures, few weeks we are hit by very low temperature like 15 to 18 degrees. During such temperature body has not completely adjusted and we often get muscle cramps in back ,neck,thighs or calf. Most commonly you will get it in back and leg. Muscle cramps are very painful ,but it should not be considered as a sign of any serious illness. Some simple muscle stretches can help to relieve cramps and you can resume work once it goes away. What Physiotherapy can do ? A well equipped Physiotherapy clinic has all the necessary modalities to deal with such muscle cramp . Along with modalities, there are manual therapy like deep friction, muscle release which gives quicker relief. #musclecramps #backspasms #legcramps #drsahilsadvancedphysiotherapy #Physiotherapyspecialist #physiotherapyclinic #physiotherapy #thanewest #hiranandani #health  


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