To the question, what causes leg cramps, there is no simple answer. Leg cramps are also referred to as a charley horse. Here we will consider some of those causes of leg cramps and how to stop leg cramps.
WaterCures.org, we know that the ultimate cause of leg cramps is fluid and electrolyte imbalance: less than bodies needs.
Included in the electrolyte imbalance are...
The Water Cures Solution for Electrolyte Imbalance
Following the water cures protocol can help most people to have the right balance of electrolytes. These minerals often work in concert with each other. They are part of the process that helps the water we drink to get into the cells of our bodies.
The Water Cures protocol can safely manage the very things that diuretics are given for.
In the case of cholesterol, the question you need to ask, why does our body make cholesterol in the first place? Addressing that cause will lower the cholesterol levels and you will not need statins. The water cures protocol can correct your cholesterol levels.
The water cures protocol can usually help prevent the damage or injuries that cause cramps. Many athletes who have started using the water cures protocol before working out have found they have increased performance and reduced post work out pain.
The water cures protocol can usually help prevent or even correct the damage caused by atherosclerosis, osteomyelitis and reduce inflammation.
The Frontiers of Knowledge: When it comes to things like blood clots, there are a number of things we know that are not published and there is not research to explain. Blood clots, for one, are just such a frontier.
From experience in the field of bloodless medicine and surgery, surgeons know that a hematoma (blood clots) can be turned into blood that works just as good as what is circulating once lysed (a process of dissolution of cells, allowing them to be sucked back into the heart lung machine). At water cures, we believe that the process of properly rehydrating the body and providing the necessary electrolytes, our bodies could potentially reduce a clot to frank blood in the same fashion.
There is no way of knowing. The only way this hypothesis would be tested is in an emergency. When there is no other option available, this could be a viable option to save a life.
When it comes to the question, what causes leg cramps, the answer is most often fluid and electrolyte imbalance. The solution, salt and water.