Muscle Cramps – Danger and Prevention

Small and fine blood vessels are clogged by cholesterol deposits. Thus, the blood does not circulate properly, leading to muscle cramps.
In some severe cases, either the left or right feet appear paler than the other
Muscle cramps are mostly caused by too much exercise, dehydration, or body temperature changes. But the physiological process of muscle cramp is not yet completely understood even by today’s modern medical science.
If you are experiencing muscle cramps very frequently, you’d better make sure that your blood vessel remains strong and that your body keeps producing new blood vessels to help combat such conditions.
Walk for 1 minute and rest for 3 minutes. Try this for only 10 times a day for 7 days.

Our body is made to be always new.
Even your teeth are being reconstructed daily.
In fact, our body produces about 300 billion new cells every day!