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Night cramp (Cramps) Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

Night Cramp is something from which a great many people occasionally suffer - and they don't easily it. Even the healthiest people may a short, sharp pain in the legs after a strenuous day. Many older people can it on by making powerful stretching movements while lying down in bed. If this sort of night cramp becomes a real nuisance, avoiding over-stretching and tablets containing quinine sulphate at bed-time may all that is needed.

A very small number of patients, however, cannot quinine without becoming dizzy or getting buzzing in the ears. They may have to decide whether they would rather have cramp and no dizziness, or the reverse. But cramp in the lower limbs in the daytime and in younger, active patients can very distressing and is more serious. It is not uncommon and has the rather clumsy name of intermittent claudications.

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