Stretch the tight muscle and rub it gently to relax. For a calf cramp, place your weight on your tight leg and bend your knee slightly. Use a warm towel or heating pad on tense or tense muscles. Try to stretch the affected muscle hard (for example, stretch the calf muscle by flexing your foot up).
Move your leg, massage, or force you to walk. It may also be helpful to apply ice or heat; use a heating pad or take a warm bath. Read the “Management and Treatment” section for more tips. Applying cold is another great way to treat muscle cramps.
Once the pain subsides a little after applying heat, you can pick up an ice pack or ice pack and place it on the cramping muscle. Remember to wrap the ice in a towel. You can also try massaging the cramp with the ice pack to relax the muscle.