10 Foods to avoid muscle cramp
Painful and extremely uncomfortable, cramps are, by definition, the involuntary contraction of a skeletal muscle that has its contracting and relaxing action performed through willpower, that is, voluntarily. "When it arises, it is a sign of some deficiency," explains the physiologist of Unifesp Raul Santo. To prevent discomfort, simple measures like stretching and a balanced diet are critical.
Foods That Prevent Cramps
To prevent cramps, it is important to consume foods rich in potassium, magnesium, and calcium, such as dark green vegetables. Another way to avoid it is to be well hydrated and take tonic water, which has quinine, a substance that helps to decrease cramps. See other foods:
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There is no remedy for cramping in sports except following the general rules of good conditioning and a healthy lifestyle. Respect your limits and be happy!
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