Muscle Cramps

If you’re experiencing muscle cramps even though you regularly consume sufficient amounts of water, you could potentially be suffering from a calcium deficiency. Cramps, muscle aches and general muscle fatigue are typically the hallmark symptoms of the early stages of low calcium.

Cramping and tightness in the calves and thighs are considered to be two of the most commonly affected areas. You’re encouraged to consult your physician if your cramping fails to subside even after proper water/sports drink intake, stretching, and relaxation.

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