Vitamin Deficiency Can Be A Possible Cause Of Leg Cramps

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October 27, 2020: In the past years, there has been a lot of studies about what causes cramps, especially leg cramps. Many researchers do not still know why exactly do people get leg cramps. However, according to all the studies that are available, it is said that there are certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies that can cause us leg cramps.

Though it is safe to start eating multivitamins it is strongly recommended to get them verified by your physician first so they can guide you about what can suit you better. Talk to a doctor now at 03111222398.

The studies prove that the people who have a vitamin B1 deficiency, are most likely to experience aching and cramping in the lower legs.

Physicians recommend looking out for the foods that are high in vitamin B1 and add them to your diet which can be a good replacement for multivitamins.

Some foods that are high in vitamin B1 include brown rice, soybeans, nuts, and dry fruit, beans, chickpeas, all the fortified grain products such as cereal.

The latest research that has been done, shows that it is a possibility that severe vitamin D deficiency causes the muscle mass to reduce, and also, it increases muscle weakness. However, if someone has minor deficiencies, it won’t be having any major effect.

Just like vitamin B1, Vitamin D is equally responsible for causing leg cramps. To save yourself from excessive camping, the foods that will help you are, fish, mushrooms, beef, chicken, eggs, all the dairy products, fresh orange juice. These foods being high in Vitamin D will keep your legs from cramping.

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Javeria Adil Chughtai

Javeria Adil Chughtai

A journalist and a medical researcher by profession, badminton player and photographer by passion. You can call me an artist but No, I can't draw you! 😀

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