The Curse of Cramp Strikes at Wimbledon Tuesday 3 July 2007 PDF Print Did you see the dramatic events at Wimbledon yesterday where Serena Williams was struck by cramp in her fourth round clash at the tournament? Serena was seen crying and screaming in agony as she battled the pain in her leg. Would you be interested in covering this story and investigating the impact of cramp on the body? Serena is not alone in suffering with muscle cramp - over 13 million people throughout the UK experience the condition. Cramp is an extremely painful and distressing condition, which occurs when there is a sudden contraction or spasm of the muscle. It can strike at any time but most often at night after turning or stretching during sleep. Crampex is the only product available without prescription for the prevention and treatment of night cramp. Its unique triple-action formula helps to correct any calcium deficiency and improve poor peripheral circulation, which can cause cramp. Crampex costs from £4.39 and is available from pharmacies. Would you be interested in doing a follow up feature on muscle cramp and exercise? If so, we have the following information available to you: Expert comment Survey Statistics Case studies If you require any further information please contact Emma Glazier/ Holly Bigsby on 01903 821 550 or email us on email@example.com. Kind regards Emma Glazier This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Pegasus Public Relations (Worthing) in the following categories: Men's Interest, Entertainment & Arts, Health, Leisure & Hobbies, Home & Garden, Women's Interest & Beauty, Sport, Food & Drink, Travel, Medical & Pharmaceutical, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.