Swimming is an efficient technique to exercises the entire body. It involves various strokes and a certain level of breath control is required. But, because of excessive swimming, injuries related to the muscles, tendons and the bone can occur, especially if the technique is improper. Hence, it is important to learn the correct method of swimming to prevent swimming-related injuries.
Wearing tight or wrong shoes, exercising without warm-up, overworking the toe muscles, not drinking enough water, suffering from a lack of potassium, calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D, and pointing the feet downward while sleeping can all cause toe cramps. These can be easily fixed. But frequent toe cramps that point to poor blood circulation, often caused by peripheral arterial disease or diabetes, need medical attention.
Having abdominal and pelvic cramps but no period to follow can be a cause for concern. While harmless triggers like monthly ovulation and implantation of a fertilized egg can cause cramps, more serious implications are endometriosis, appendicitis, ovarian cysts and tumors, and digestive disorders like IBS and IBD. If you are pregnant, do not ignore one-sided cramps that accompany regular spotting.
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