Heat cramps

What is Heat cramps?

Heat cramps are painful, involuntary muscle spasms that usually occur during heavy exercise in hot environments. The spasms may be more intense and more prolonged than are typical night time leg cramps. Inadequate fluid intake often contributes to heat cramps.

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Hello, I have a terrible overheating problem.

doctor1 MD

Thanks for your query.

Overheating is a serious problem. Actually, If you get too hot too fast, your body can't move quick enough to cool...

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I get severe muscle cramps in my rib cage. I can feel the muscle move and I can hardly stand it!!!! I take vitamins, gatoraide, and drink water....

doctor1 MD

HI, I DiD review your problem
Your muscle cramps can be due to multiple reasons. I would advice you to get evaluated by a neurologist for any...

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