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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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Hyperextension of the toes in either direction causes a large part of the foot to dorsiflex, or bend backwards, which results in a hardening of the muscles of the foot and a painful muscle cramp, according to WebMD. Extr... 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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