Muscle spasm and muscle cramps are disorders of muscle function caused by painful involuntary contractions of affected skeletal muscles characterized by limited movement.
Q: What is the difference between muscle spasm and cramps?
A: Cramps are stronger and more painful than spasms, occurring while the muscle is in its most shortened state.
Skeletal muscles are those that move the body skeleton to do work as we choose. Examples are muscles that move the mouth, arms, hands, legs, and feet.
What Are Muscle Spasm, Muscle Cramps In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?
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