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According to Dr. Oz, Dr. Weil, the Mayo Clinic, and other leading authorities, magnesium deficiency is the major hidden cause of muscle cramps throughout the entire body (including leg and foot cramps), and no prescription medication can fix it.  In fact, 78of muscle cramp sufferers have a severe magnesium deficiency. Without magnesium, your body is missing its most important natural defense against pain, swelling, tension and inflammation.   Studies show that aggressively fixing a magnesium deficiency can cure muscle cramps and prevent them in the future. (Scientific References)

 

How does magnesium work to cure cramps?

This crucial mineral...

  1. Loosens muscles by counteracting the effect of calcium, which tightens muscles. As people age, excess calcium accumulates in the muscles, causing cramps. Also, when people eat a lot of dairy and/or take calcium supplements, (especially with Vitamin D) it is easy to get calcium overload. 
  2. Increases the absorption of potassium, which is critical for proper muscle function. 
  3. Decreases pain by blocking pain receptors in the brain and nervous system. 
  4. Dampens inflammation in the muscles and the entire body.  
  5. Relaxes blood vessels and decreases blood pressure, which restores healthy circulation. 
  6. Increases the production of serotonin, GABA and melatonin, which helps you relax and fall asleep.   (Scientific References)

The solution is a taking a high-absorbing magnesium supplement on a regular basis, to restore your magnesium levels and keep them high. You want a product that does not cause digestive upset or diarrhea, because this will prevent your body from absorbing the magnesium. Capsules are usually better than tablets, because the powder within a gelatin capsule can be assimilated more rapidly and fully than a hard tablet.  If you eat a lot of dairy products, or take calcium supplements with Vitamin D, it is helpful to decrease your intake to restore a more favorable magnesium/calcium balance.  

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3 comments

Nov 17, 2018 • Posted by Arvind Jayaswal

Three months back I fell and fractured my Pelvic bone right side. The doctor advised full bed rest and medication with calcium daily for 3 months. Now my fracture has healed but getting severe leg muscle cramps specially at night while in bed. Also unable to sleep waking up after a few hours. Physio Therapy did not help either. Leg muscles are too stiff making it impossible to walk. I am limping with intense shooting pain in my right leg thigh and right side buttock. Do you advice Magnesium supplements?

Nov 17, 2018 • Posted by Arvind Jayaswal

Three months back I fell and fractured my Pelvic bone right side. The doctor advised full bed rest and medication with calcium daily for 3 months. Now my fracture has healed but getting severe leg muscle cramps specially at night while in bed. Also unable to sleep waking up after a few hours. Physio Therapy did not help either. Leg muscles are too stiff making it impossible to walk. I am limping with intense shooting pain in my right leg thigh and right side buttock. Do you advice Magnesium supplements?

Jan 13, 2017 • Posted by Nikki A Zimmerman

My grandmother (97 yrs. old) recently fell and broke her leg. Once the fractures healed and she was bearing weight, she started intensive physical therapy to walk again. Once she began walking she was/ is plagued with horrible leg cramping, pins n’ needles, numbness, and restlessness at night. She had started taking Ropinirole for RLS but suffered several dangerous side effects-one being syncope. She has since stopped taking it.

Prior to her fall, she had not experienced leg cramps at all!

She did have low potassium levels but we have raised those numbers with dietary changes. She also drinks hydra or pedia-lyte
and plenty of water, but to no real avail.

So, I found this product and have started trying it. I fear it is causing diarreah. Am I giving too many capsules? I’ve been giving her 4 a day.

Any insight or info you can offer would be appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Nikki

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