Nutrients and exercise to help you cope with leg cramps and restless leg syndrome. The guide includes more than a dozen home remedies that other readers have found helpful in preventing or stopping painful muscle cramps, especially those that occur at night and disturb sleep.
I really enjoyed reading all the different ways to help leg cramps. The mustard remedy works the best for me. But I just had to laugh when I read the one that said, “Wear tennis shoes to bed.” I think that one would be kind of uncomfortable.
Could use an update
Discussion of magnesium for leg pain/cramps would be useful
Very good info! I never realized there were so may options. I have experienced cramps in my calves. A friend had the same experience and he told me to try DIAL soap. I have been using it for ~10~ years, and it works 80pct of the time. Sometimes I must use an electric heating pad for results. I noticed that Dial & Ivory were not recommended. Is there any particular reason?
Definitely requires updated and relevant information.
Google has similar, if not better organization and information.
Kick it up a notch please.
This was my first download from People’s Pharmacy, and I’m disappointed. The $2.00 were not a complete waste, but the one page related to Restless Leg Syndrome didn’t say anything more or in any better organized fashion than just browsing through the comments and short articles on the website. I had looked forward to perhaps a list of possible home remedies. Instead there is a one-page discussion of prescriptions. As well as I can figure the article is ten years old. I will be very reluctant to put down my credit card for another article.
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