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To treat foot cramps at home, apply a heating pack to the affected region or try stretching the cramped area. For cramps specifically in the toes, try pulling them upward to relieve the tension. Other at-home treatments ... More »

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Toe cramps can be treated by performing special foot stretching techniques, massaging the foot regularly, making certain dietary changes, and adding vitamin and mineral supplements to the daily routine, according to Foot... More »

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Treat a leg cramp while swimming by stretching or massaging the affected muscle, recommends HealthDay. If possible, get out of the water or try to get to shallower water. If in deep water, float on your back while trying... More »

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Some remedies for cramps in the legs and feet are stretching the muscle, flexing the foot, taking a warm bath, applying ice to the cramp and pulling the toes upward, says WebMD. Standing on the cramped leg and massaging ... More »

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According to WebMD, the best way to prevent foot cramps at night include taking a warm bath and doing stretching exercises without pointing the toes before bed to keep the muscles in the feet flexible. Other preventative... More »

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Poor circulation can cause redness in the toes, tingling sensations and foot cramps, according to FootSmart. The toes may also turn blue to purple in color. Skin discoloration is often due to venous insufficiency, a cond... More »

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Symptoms of hypoparathyroidism include muscle aches or cramps; tingling or numbness in the fingertips, toes, and lips; and muscle spasms, according to Healthline. Other symptoms include dry skin, fatigue and seizures. More »

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