During sleep at night, there is a sudden spasm in the shin or foot and sleep is forbidden. This is not due to weakness, as it also affects healthy and energetic athletes. Spasms usually occur in the first few hours of sleep. We can also call a spasm a “muscle spasm”. At this time, the muscle contracts. According to scientists, the brain issues a command during sleep that if there is a spasm in a muscle, it happens.
We spread the legs forward. We find the place of the spasm, then we go and relax. The brain then issues an order that the spasm is gone and it is gone. Scientists have also said that when calcium potassium is in the body. And if the sodium balance is disturbed, then spasm occurs.
These three mineral salts are called electrolytes, meaning they allow the passage of electric waves.
This electricity is what goes on in the nerves.
Spread your legs
A useful way to get rid of spasms is to spread the leg. If someone has this problem on a daily basis, an exercise is recommended for it. Stand facing the wall. Place both hands on the wall. Place the foot two feet away from the wall and the other three feet away.
Now bend the knee of the foot which is close to the wall. Keep the other leg straight, the heel is attached to the floor. This movement will spread the fish and the muscles of the heel. Stay in this position for ten seconds. Rest for 5 seconds. Do this two or three times with each leg. Doing this exercise of spreading the legs 5 to 10 times before going to bed reduces the chances of spasms at night.
Take a short walk
Be sure to walk a little to stretch your leg muscles. Don’t walk too much. Start walking slowly.
Massage the muscles
Massage daily with a warm muscle ointment.
When lying on the bed, do not sleep on your stomach, because in this position the shin fish becomes smaller.
Be sure to drink six to eight glasses of water a day, as dehydration can also lead to spasms.
Towel or handkerchief
Keep a towel or a large handkerchief with you. When there is a spasm, place the towel or handkerchief under the toes and pull the fingers upwards, until the spasm disappears.
Eat mineral salt
These salts are essential for good health, so eating them is beneficial. Eat 1,500 milligrams of calcium and 400 international units of vitamin E (vitamin E) daily. Dr. Harry Dental of the University of California Medical School in the United States. In addition, eat foods that contain mineral salts, to stay healthy.
Keep your feet above the bed
When sleeping, lean on your feet and sleep with your feet above your head.
Another type of spasm
The second type of spasm is lameness. Claudius, the king of Rome, was lame, so the disease is named after him. This spasm is caused by the accumulation of cholesterol in the legs.
Cholesterol exhaustion and oxygenation prevent blood from reaching the muscles. This spasm also occurs in the flesh of the hips and starts again after a short rest. The cure for spasms is to eat less cholesterol-rich foods. Also, walk daily. Walking dissolves cholesterol. Exercise helps the blood to circulate better and reaches the muscles. First, limit the distance to the point where the pain does not start. Gradually increase the distance. This exercise is very effective in circulating blood in the legs.