1. They would have to decide whether they would rather have cramp and no dizziness.

2. But cramp in the lower limbs at the daytime can be very distressing.

3. It have the rather clumsy names of intermittent claudications.

4. The patient first complains of aching legs after exercise.

5. It may be slight but gradually becomes more pronounced.

6. Then the pain is not merely an ache.

7. It can becomes severe that the patient find he or she cannot stand after much walking.

8. Intermittent claudication is caused by the narrowing of the arteries.

9. It often start in the 30s.

10. It generally means that the arteries have become narrowed.

Script by Matt Stanton 2002