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How to Deal with Foot Cramps

Immediate Relief

Foot cramps usually develop suddenly and cause a sharp and intense pain that lasts for about three minutes.

Your feet and toes are a common place for cramps and spasms to happen. Your feet carry around your body weight all day long, sometimes walking, standing, or moving more quickly, and often in shoes that do not fit properly. Quickly treating the cramp helps to stop the immediate pain, but if you have frequent problems with foot cramps you may need to take additional steps.

Getting Immediate Relief

1. Stop your activity. If you are exercising or performing some activity that causes the spasm or cramp to start, then stop doing whatever you were doing that triggered the cramp.
2. Stretch the cramped muscle. Muscle cramps are sudden and unexpected contractions or spasms of a muscle. To stop the foot or toe cramp quickly, the cramped muscle needs to be stretched.
3. Put weight on the cramping foot. This is a good way to stretch muscles, tendons, and ligaments that are causing the cramping in either your arch or your toe area.
4. Walk around. As the pain starts to subside, walk around.
5. Massage your foot. In addition to stretching your foot or toes that are cramping, remove your shoes and socks and gently massage the area.
6. Apply heat. If the muscle is currently cramping, heat helps when applied to tightened muscles.
7. Apply ice. Ice your foot regularly for several days to help the area to recover from either overuse or an injury.
8. Rest your foot. Foot pain and cramping can be caused by several variables including either an injury or overuse.

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