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I sleep 13 hours at night, drink a lot of water, eat very little (1 meal a day) and I'm never hungry and I get muscle cramps a lot. What is wrong?

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Dr. Eric Weisman
Neurology
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In brief: Muscle cramps

can occur for many reasons.
Check your electrolytes ( sodium and potassium ) as you may be over diluting your blood serum ( and intersticial fluids) with excessive water intake ( this is why sports drinks were invented)

In brief: Muscle cramps

can occur for many reasons.
Check your electrolytes ( sodium and potassium ) as you may be over diluting your blood serum ( and intersticial fluids) with excessive water intake ( this is why sports drinks were invented)
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