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How to relieve them.
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The best steps are:
    Massage the cramped muscle
    Gently stretch the muscle
    Take a hot shower or bath to warm and relax the muscle

Stay Hydrated
It is not well known exactly how dehydration and muscle cramping are related, but it is known that dehydration can predispose to leg cramps. Drink at least three full glasses of water each day, including one before bedtime. Also drink plenty of fluid before, during, and after exercise.
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1. Use Potassium supplements,  or eat foods high in patassium, like bannanas.

2. Use Magnesium supplements. Low amounts of these two Minerals are often the cause of painful spasms, and cramping.

Both available from Health supplement Stores. Please remember to check with your family doctor first.
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