Leg cramps, especially during the night, are very common, and they lead to pain in the feet, calves, and thighs, and discomfort which impairs sleep and the overall health.
The main causes of leg cramps include lack of exercise during the day, dehydration, and poor blood flow in the legs. They can last from a few seconds up to a few minutes, and in the most severe cases, even up to a few days.
Yet, they can be reduced and treated with the help of some simple tricks. First of all, you should increase the magnesium intake, through the consumption of foods high in this mineral, such as yogurt, dates, bananas, dark greens, veggies, pumpkin seeds, and dark chocolate.
These are the 15 most beneficial foods:
- Greek yogurt
- Pumpkin seeds
- Sardines and salmon
- Sea salt
- Green leafy veggies
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