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Cramp 911

Cramp911 was planned to help people with legs cramps but later it was reported by customers that they were getting relief for other muscle spasm conditions.  People reported relief of back and neck spasms, Fibromyalgia pain, sore muscles, multiple sclerosis pain.  Matt Bayly, director of sports medicine at Lafayette College, has been using Cramp911 to treat muscle cramps for all sports programs since 2005 and gave me helpful information on the use in athletes.  People are still reporting many different conditions they are finding relief from where nothing else has helped.  

Causes of Muscle Cramps and Spasms

Muscle cramps and muscle spasms are involuntary, sustained tightening (contraction) of one or more of  the muscles in your body.   It can result in intense pain and an inability to use the affected muscles. Night leg cramps are contractions of the leg muscles, usually in the back of the lower leg (calf). They often occur just as you’re falling asleep or just as you’re waking up.

The exact cause of night leg cramps isn’t known. Some experts believe they may be due to abnormal processing of electrolytes — the essential elements and chemical substances your body needs for basic functions — by muscles. Almost everyone has occasional leg cramps and muscle cramps, but they occur most often in older adults. Common causes of night leg cramps and muscle cramps include:

Physical activities that cause muscle cramps:
• Muscle overexertion
• Prolonged sitting

Conditions that can cause muscle cramps:
• Dehydration
• Pregnancy
• Decreased potassium levels
• Alcohol use
• Drug Withdrawal from benzodiazepines e.g. Valium, Ativan, Xanax and opiates etc.
• Vitamin deficiencies- e.g. Thiamine (B1), Pantothenic acid (B5), pyridoxine (B6)
• Aging

Disease states that can cause muscle cramps:
• Diabetes
• Parkinson’s Disease
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Fibromyalgia
• Poor circulation
• Dialysis patients

Muscle Cramps can be a Drug Side Effect :
• Statin cholesterol drugs-e.g. Zocor, Lipitor, Crestor, Pravacol, etc
• PPIs- proton pump inhibitors- Drugs that block the acid produced in the stomach- e.g. Nexium, Prilosec, Aciphex, Omeprazole, etc
• Certain Cancer Drugs- e.g. Gleevec, Cisplatin, Vinca Alkaloids, etc.
• Alzheimer drug, Aricept
• Certain hormone drugs-e.g. Evista
• Calcium Channel Blockers- e.g. Nifedipine, Norvasc, etc.
• Asthma Drugs- e.g. Albuterol, Terbutaline and antipsychotic medications
• Niacin
• Diuretics- e.g- furosemide (Lasix), hydrochlorthiazide