Why do your muscles cramp when you run

by Charles R. blogger

If you are a runner who is willing to plan to start a run, then you may experience one of the most common problems called muscle cramps. These muscle cramps, while running, have the potential to reduce the normal functioning of the muscles. Generally, it’s referred to as the sudden and involuntary contraction of muscles. Let’s have a quick discussion of muscle cramps.

You should not ignore the muscle cramp problem as it can cause difficulty in running or a few serious problems. In physiotherapy, muscle cramps are treated by different means where it can be good for eliminating muscle cramps.

Causes of Muscle Cramps

If we talk about muscle cramps, we find that this problem arises due to several reasons including muscle strain, low levels of minerals, dehydration and low blood volume. Besides these causes, muscle cramps can be caused by other means such as abdominal stitches, calves, hamstrings etc.

Risk Factors Associated with Muscle Cramps

As we know that the muscle cramp is an uncontrollable and painful muscle spasm. It can be associated with certain risk factors. These risk factors are - inadequate diet, injury, fatigue muscle, dehydration problem, and lack of blood supply. Besides all above-mentioned risk factors, Atherosclerosis and Sciatica may also cause muscle cramps. Due to the formation of fatty plaques, the arteries become narrow. Muscle cramps are also caused by the imbalance of minerals in the body. 

Treatment of Muscle Cramps

Physiotherapy can be a good choice for muscle cramps, and by means of nutritional advice, education and exercises, muscle cramps can be treated easily. Anodyne Spine is one of the foremost physiotherapy clinics in south Delhi and the best one for the treatment of muscle cramps.

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