Combat Night Cramps and Blood Clots With Exercise

Stretch and strengthen your calves to decrease cramping and boost circulation.

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Night cramps are common in seniors: You may be familiar with the often intense pain that accompanies the sudden, involuntary spasm in your calf muscles. Robert Turner, PT, OCS, a

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