While specific vitamins and minerals do not cause muscle cramps, a deficiency in potassium or magnesium can lead to sports-related leg cramping, according to Everyday Health. Additionally, a deficiency in vitamins E, A, ... More »

Vitamins can help to prevent and treat leg cramps, especially within individuals who have a calcium, magnesium or potassium deficiency which can cause muscle spasms and cramps in the leg, according to WebMD. A daily mult... More »

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Foot and leg cramps may be due to a deficiency in vitamin D, according to MedlinePlus. In such cases, vitamin D supplements may help alleviate symptoms but should only be taken under a doctor's supervision. More »

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To prevent muscle cramps, which occur due to muscle spasms or uncontrolled contractions of one or multiple muscles, drink lots of water to keep the body hydrated, perform stretching exercises before an exercise routine, ... More »

Vitamins can help to prevent and treat leg cramps, especially within individuals who have a calcium, magnesium or potassium deficiency which can cause muscle spasms and cramps in the leg, according to WebMD. A daily mult... More »

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Muscle cramps, including muscles of the feet, can result from a deficiency in potassium, calcium or magnesium. Other causes of muscle cramps include muscle overuse, nerve compression and insufficient blood flow to the ex... More »

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Adults require a healthy dose of Vitamin A, B6, B12, C, D, E, folic acid, iron, potassium, calcium and a variety of other vitamins and minerals. However, both Mayo Clinic and WebMD recommend not taking vitamin supplement... More »

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