Is massage contraindicated for spasm and cramps (cramps)?

When we have a client with the following condition:
spasm and cramps (cramps)

Massages
Massage: is contraindicated for acute cramps. • Stretch the muscle to relieve the cramp. • When the cramp has reduced, massage can help the muscle to relax. • Regular massage and stretching exercises can reduce long-term spasms.

Signs and symptoms for
spasm and cramps (cramps)

  • A spasm is a sudden involuntary contraction of a muscle
  • A spasmodic muscle contraction may be caused by many medical conditions, including dystonia
  • Most commonly, it is a muscle cramp which is accompanied by a sudden burst of pain
SPASM AND CRAMPS (CRAMPS) contraindications In beauty therapy

Description

Spasms and Cramp – are involuntary contractions of a muscle, usually accompanied by
pain.
Cramps are short-lived, acute contractions, which occur most commonly in the calf muscles; spasms are low-grade, long-lasting conditions.

They are commonly caused by lack of oxygen to a muscle, either through overworking the muscle or because of chronic tension in the muscle that is impeding the blood supply. It can also be due to a lack of calcium or magnesium.

Is
spasm and cramps (cramps)
contagious?
No
, "spasm and cramps (cramps)" is NOT contagious!

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