Crampeze Night Cramps 120 Capsules
Although most people have had the occasional cramp, it is as we age that the problem becomes more common and night cramps may be experienced. These involuntary contractions of the leg muscles, most commonly in the calf area, can occur after a lot of physical activity. They can strike repeatedly and can prove to be a distressing and painful condition, with the loss of quality sleep resulting in sleepiness and fatigue during the day. While the cause of night cramps is not fully known, over-exertion of muscles, dehydration, and magnesium deficiency maybe contributing factors. Stretching the muscle that has gone into spasm can provide relief, and some people are helped by lying on their backs and raising their feet in the air. A number of products with natural ingredients may provide temporary relief. Certain vitamins (including vitamin B), minerals (including magnesium), and natural plant extracts (including Rutin) may assist in the temporary relief of night time cramping.
Take 2 capsules twice daily with water for first 4 weeks. Thereafter 1 capsule twice daily to maintain the therapeutic benefit. Dosage to be taken in the morning and 30 minutes before retiring at night.
Initial relief should be experienced within 10 days, with maximum therapeutic benefit occurring after 4 weeks
Each capsule contains: Rutin 200mg, Citrus Bioflavonoids Extract 150mg, Magnesium Oxide 125mg, Magnesium Sulfate (dried) 25mg, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6) 10mg
Rutin - assists in the improvement/ maintenance of peripheral circulation and provides relief from night cramps as well as tired aching, heavy, restless or swollen legs.
Citrus Bioflavonoids Extract - protects and maintains the health of capillaries.
Magnesium Salts – assists in the prevention of and relieves muscular cramps and spasms. Acts as a magnesium supplement.
Vitamin B6 - may assist in the absorption and transport of magnesium in the body. Acts as a Vitamin B6 supplement. ze Night Cramps is free from calcium excipents and sugar (including lactose).
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet. Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist consult a healthcare practitioner.