What Causes Muscle Cramping or Muscle Tightness?

Vitamin B

Deficiency in B vitamins like pantothenic acid, peroxide, and thiamine can cause tightness and muscle cramping. B vitamins play an important role in or body. They are responsible for increasing the efficiency of oxygen utilization in muscles.

Sources of Vitamin B:

Bone broth, fortified cereals, red meat, fish, and poultry are good sources of vitamin B.

Vitamin C:

Vitamin C is capable of increasing the absorption of minerals. Deficiency in vitamin C will reduce the absorption of minerals and results in muscle cramping and tightness.

Sources of Vitamin C:

Citrus fruits, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, broccoli, strawberries, and spinach are good sources to obtain a huge amount of vitamin c.

Vitamin D:

The deficiency of vitamin D can discomfort muscle and decrease the absorption and utilization of calcium.

Sources of Vitamin D:

15 minutes of direct sunlight can provide a good amount of vitamin D. Tuna and salmon are food sources for vitamin D.

Vitamin E:

Vitamin E contains antioxidant properties. Some toxins in our bodies can damage our tissues. Vitamin E protects those tissues. Vitamin E also provides strength to muscles and protects them from cramping. Deficiency in Vitamin E can cause cramping.

Sources of Vitamin E:

Olive oil, dry fruits, vegetables, meats, nuts, and fresh fruits are some good sources of vitamin E.

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Anna Smith

Anna Smith

My name is Anna. Friends call me Annie. I’m a writer by profession and foodie for love. I will share my thoughts on foods their benefits and side effects.