Asked in Science
How do you get a cramp?
Muscular cramp occurs when the oxygen demand by muscles is greater than what the body can provide. When the supply is less than the demand, the muscles start to undergo anaerobic respiration - this results in a build-up of lactate in the muscles. When the levels of lactate become too high, the muscles cramp. ...
Why do the triceps muscles cramp up after weightlifting?
Like most muscles, the triceps can cramp after a period of exercise, and is usually caused by poor posture, insufficient stretching, or overtraining. Muscles may also cramp as a result of dehydration, or as a result of certain acute medical conditions. ...
What happens to the glycolysis pathway if a cell runs completely out of ATP?
then your body produces acids and that makes muscles cramp... then your body is running on fats ...
Asked in First Aid
What should you do when you get A muscle cramp?
Stop doing whatever activity triggered the cramp, Gently stretch and massage the cramping muscle, holding it in stretched position until the cramp stops, and Apply heat to tense/tight muscles, or cold to sore/tender muscles. ...
Why does your stomach cramp up after doing sit ups?
After doing sit-ups you may experience cramps in your stomach area. This happens when muscles are contracted and the intestines are compressed. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
What type 0f fermentation is responsible for a leg cramp?
A leg cramp is caused by a build up of lactic acid in your muscles, so the type of fermentation responsible for a leg cramp is lactic acid fermentation. ...