Legs may cramp at night for a variety of reasons, including too much exercise, sitting for a long time or sleeping in an awkward position, according to WebMD. Underlying conditions of night leg cramps include pregnancy, ... More »

An individual may get leg cramps at night due to various reasons, including improper sitting, muscle over-exertion, dehydration, flat feet and neuromuscular disorders, according to Cleveland Clinic. Other possible reason... More »

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Prevent leg cramps by performing stretches before bed and sleeping with loose covers, according to WebMD. Getting enough exercise during the day can also help ease cramps that show up at night. More »

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Symptoms of dry mouth at night can often be controlled by running a humidifier in the sleeping area during periods of rest and by sipping water prior to bedtime, explains WebMD. Prescription medications that increase sal... More »

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Common causes of leg cramps include exercise; pregnancy; dehydration; certain medicines, such as birth control; and certain medical conditions, such as kidney disease, according to WebMD. Many different conditions cause ... More »

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Potential reasons for blood in urine include bladder or kidney infections, bladder stones, kidney stones and strenuous exercise, explains WebMD. It also occurs due to sickle cell anemia; an enlarged prostate; bladder, pr... More »

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A variety of medical conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, tendinitis, allergic reactions and insect bites, could cause the hands to swell during the night, according to WebMD. Swollen hands in the morning also cou... More »