Muscle stretch could be the main reason for pain and fatigue in feet. Over workout could too causes pain in legs and fatigue. Lots of jogging can cause pain in legs too.
talk to your doctor. sometimes that happens to me and it's because im lacking potassium, so i eat a banana
Maybe your bones are noy strong enough,or because your blood is not moving around enough when your sitting. because it is no be actively moving It is my understanding that the veins in the legs have one way directional flaps (like check valves) which allow the blood to flow in one direction only (up the leg toward the heart). Muscle movements in the legs are said to assist this flow (like booster pumps). If you are sitting for an extended period of time then your lack of muscle activity in the legs may result in a less than normal return of the blood from your feet to your heart. This may cause additional hypertension (high blood pressure) in your feet. When you stand up, the extra blood in your feet may momentarily create very high blood pressure in the circulatory system of your feet which in turn may cause your pain sensors in your feet to pick up on it.
Yes. Heat will cause an expansion of the veins in the legs causing an increasing in blood circulation throughout the legs.
hypopotassium? muscle cramp? excercise?
There are a few things that could cause a cold and tingly feeling in the feet and legs. Poor circulation is likely the cause.
nothing really, unless it has an outside cause from like a disorder or disease. eating a banana, drinking a glass of water, stretching, and massaging the cramp are all supposed to help.
Look on the package to see what it says and also ask a pharmacist. Usually cramping of muscles is due to a problem with electrolyte imbalances.
it starts on my eet and gos up to my legs
Yes it will cause horrible swelling ( edema ) all over your body
One cause is a pinched nerve in your lower back .......................
yes, because ibuprofen retains water.