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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

CNN: Why your legs cramp at night

If you scoured through the media yesterday, you probably came across the headline 'walking along the edge on Canada's tallest building', which might have piqued your curiosity.

The first thought that crossed my mind, after reading that headline, was that we, figuratively speaking, are already walking on the edge on a daily basis and we certainly don't need to add to the anxiety by doing it literally.

In case you have the same question as the title of this post, then you know now why your legs cramp at night. They are not only weary from being on edge, but they are trying to edge away from all the stress, every free moment they get.

There certainly is something you can do about it.

Take the edge off!



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