Cramps, also known as muscle cramps and spasms, are unwanted tightening of the muscles that can cause pain. Cramps can affect any muscle in the human body.
Homeopathic remedies are said to have a relaxing and pain-relieving effect on muscle cramps.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for cramps that best suits your situation.
Painless spasms all over the body, the limbs twitch as in St. Vitus’ dance. One is restless and feels an excessive urge to move.
Febrile seizures, jaw lock, epileptic seizures and chorea symptoms. Very dilated pupils, also foam at the mouth. The body twists backwards like a streak.
Writer’s cramps, the fingers become crooked. Plus neck pain.
For stomach and intestinal cramps. Also for children with spasms of the stomach outlet. Suitable for childhood fever cramps with fever fantasies.
Mercury is corrosive
Cramps in intestinal inflammation and intestinal infections and cramps in cystitis. Stool and urine are burning and excoriating aggravation during the night.
For spasms of the urinary tract, kidneys and bile. Also for angina pectoris, spastic bronchitis and spasmodic cough.
Cramps in children during teething.
Seizures with nervous tremors, sudden and severe dizziness, hallucinations and loss of consciousness.
Nocturnal seizures in which patients bite their tongue and night leg cramps.
for all types of cramps such as calf cramps, colic, muscle cramps. Triggers are high tension over a longer period of time.
Both the muscles of the extremities and the uterus are prone to spontaneous, painless, uncontrollably spasms. At times, a state similar to St. Vitus’ dance can occur, in which the whole body twitches involuntarily.
Spasmodic twitching of muscles. Patients constantly move one arm or leg while the remaining limbs are paralyzed.
for muscle cramps, nocturnal calf cramps and cramping abdominal pain associated with severe pain. Also for children with writer’s cramps.
Leg cramps at night, relieved by walking around.
Causes of cramps
- magnesium deficiency
- Overloading of muscles (e.g. overexertion in sports)
- mental blocks
- wrong clothing (e.g. clothing that is too tight
- cold shock
Cramps also occur in connection with various clinical pictures, such as
- diseases of the spine
- as an accompanying symptom of menopausal symptoms
- renal insufficiency
- accidental injuries
Symptoms of convulsions
- sudden unwanted tension
- twisting of a muscle
- more or less severe pain
- Convulsions last only a few seconds or minutes
The effect of magnesium on muscles
The body needs magnesium because it naturally prevents calcium from getting inside the cells in the muscle. In general, the effect of magnesium in the body is a calming effect on all nervous activity. If there is not enough magnesium or the existing magnesium has been used up due to high stress, this leads to unwanted spasmodic muscle contractions. Although muscle cramps are painful, they have the function of warning against excessive strain. Magnesium can be added to the body as a preventive measure when major sporting challenges are pending.