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Cramps in leg, hands, head, trouble sleeping. Wrong blood circulation?

when i sit on the toilet for a certain period i get cramps in my legs,also when i am geting to sleep and i tuck my hands under my head as is my custom i get severe cramps in my hands, at the gym if i stretch in certain positions the cramps start, once i move they go.... if i happen to hit any part of my body i see an almost instant balck and blue spot... i am thinking that something is wrong with my blood circulation
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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You seem to be not taking a good diet with all nutrients. I would advise you to take a diet rich in vitamins.
Eat lots of fresh fruits and salads.
You should take some multivitamins for the moment. You have two problems.
One is the cramps that you get and second is the recurrent development of bruises over body.
Take vitamin c tablets daily for bruises. Eat lots of citrus fruits like oranges.
For the cramps, you might need something like vitamin b 12 supplements.
I am sure improving your diet will solve both problems.

Dr Geetika Paul
Answered: Thu, 21 Nov 2013
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