Muscle cramps are unpleasant, often painful sensations caused by muscle involuntary contraction, spasm or overshortening. They often occur after exercise or at night, lasting a few seconds to several minutes.
- Common causes of (skeletal) muscle cramps may include muscle fatigue, low sodium, low potassium, and/or low magnesium, hypoxia, exposure to large changes in temperature, or dehydration.
- Smooth muscle cramps may be due to menstruation or gastroenteritis.
For muscle cramps are recommended the following Tiens products:
- The indications from this webpage are based on the experience in the medical practice, but they do not supersede the recommendations resulting from the specialty consultations;
- The recommended products act synergistically;
- To treat the condition described above, there are also other products of Tiens corporation;
- To document on recommended products click the links above or the appropriate image of the product on the left side of the screen;
- For best results, read the description of each product;
- Follow all recommendations and indicated doses;
- The indications of this website do not replace professional recommendations from consultations conducted by a physician;
- The products recommended on this website should not be used as substitutes for prescribed medicines;
- Do not forget, in most cases, the best doctor is yourself.
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