Preventing cramps during exercise
from The New York Times
Many of us who exercise have heard that sweating and dehydration cause cramps. But the latest science suggests otherwise. In one 2013 study, researchers stimulated cramps in the big toes of well-hydrated volunteers using repeated, small electrical shocks and then had the volunteers alternately exercise and sit in a hot room for hours, until they became sweaty and dehydrated.
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