Persistent Cramps

What is this?

Cramp is a form of muscular spasm thought to arise due to a salt imbalance in the muscle. This may be in the whole body due to loss of salt due to sweating in excess heat or exercise in which case diet should correct this. If a single muscule keeps cramping however this may be due to a local salt imbalance due to tightness within that muscle causing reduced localised circulation preventing the salts from reaching the area.

How we help

Massage can release the tightness and return normal tissue fluid movement to the area thereby redressing the salt balance.

For proven effective treatment of muscular aches, pains and soft tissue injuries.

Penny - Tidworth

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