How to eliminate cramps and night pains with … a bar of soap in bed? Here’s how to take advantage of its anti-inflammatory properties thanks to heat (according to ancient wisdom).
After a day of work standing or on heels, you can’t wait to go to bed and lie down. Generally when you are very tired you experience muscle pain, exhaustion and swelling . Thanks to the old method of the grandmother of the bar of soap in the bed you will be able to relieve during rest most of these nuisances. Of course, this is not a medical remedy, but it certainly helps to get better (trying doesn’t hurt!).
If you have serious leg problems, arthritis or muscle pain, however, always consult a doctor . The remedy of soap in bed is a valid supplement or prevention method to sleep better and wake up more relaxed: let’s see what it is and what benefits it brings!
Soap under the sheets: benefits
Those who suffer from leg cramps during the night very often wake up during the rest caught by a stabbing twinge. Usually the cramp affects the area of the calf and a strong shock is felt, accompanied by strong heat and tension. Generally the causes are due to a deficiency of potassium, calcium and vitamins. It is therefore recommended to check the blood values with your doctor.
Putting a bar of soap into the bed proved to be very useful as the essential oils contained in it would be absorbed overnight. We therefore recommend choosing those rich in anti-inflammatory and relaxing properties, such as lavender, tea tree oil or Marseille soap .
Alternatively, you can put soap flakes inside the cotton handkerchief and add drops of essential oil to enhance its anti – inflammatory effect .
The soap for cramps: 4 remedies of the grandmother
• One of the grandmother’s classic remedies to prevent the appearance of cramps and to sleep better is Marseille soap . This soap has renowned therapeutic properties, including anti-inflammatory. We recommend wrapping a Marseille soap bar in a cotton handkerchief and placing it at the foot of the bed . The heat of the body and the blankets will favor the release of the potassium chloride ions present inside which will be slowly absorbed by the skin.
• To say the least, the benefits of lavender soap are also extraordinary. Lavender essential oil has been used for centuries by women as an ancient remedy for physical ailments such as menstrual pain and cystitis. Furthermore, it is very useful in case of insomnia , as it manages to promote natural night rest. Also excellent for treating skin and headaches.
• Also try the tea tree oil soap, powerful antibacterial and natural anti-inflammatory. This remedy is also effective when you have problems with poor circulation caused by an accumulation of fluids and poor nutrition. After too long standing or sitting the risk is that of having swollen legs and ankles .
• Finally, try the nettle or sage soaps to ease tension and stress .
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