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Herbal encounters has a great article about magnesium. It explains in part why we get the restless legs and cramping. It has some suggested foods and other ways to get this mineral into your life.
Getting enough magnesium in your life is crucial. For those who are very deficient and cannot absorb minerals due to digestive issues, or for those who are needing an extra boost of minerals, a magnesium gel or spray can work wonders. You can buy magnesium sprays or gels, or simply make your own.
Health extremist has a great tutorial on making a magnesium spray. There are also many other websites out there that explain how to do this. It is extremely simple and easy to do. In fact, it is so simple that many would scoff at the notion that something so simple could really work.
Bathing in Epsom salts is also an easy and frugal way to get the benefits of magnesium into your life. An Epsom salt bath before bedtime can alleviate the nocturnal leg cramps. It is also helpful in relaxing the body and helping you sleep better.
TRY MAGNISIUM. SEE WHAT IT CAN DO FOR YOU AND YOUR HEALTH.
Check out these Epsom salts for a wonderful calming bath. (Sold by Amazon).
Relief MD Epsom Salt Lavender - Calming & Relaxing Soak, 16 oz,(Blue Cross Laboraties) Dr. Teal's Epsom Salt Soaking Solution, Chamomile, 48 Ounce
You can also check out some of the magnesium gels and sprays also available at Amazon.
Try it and see what happens
I've heard magnesium being recommended for menstrual cramps. Also, my chiropractor had recommended it for Raynaud's Syndrome, which I have. I haven't been taking it lately, but really should be. Thanks for the reminder. Going to check out that magnesium spray! :)ReplyDelete
Magnesium is definitely and essential nutrient for the body and can help with muscle problems. My husband and I both take magnesium supplements daily. thanks for sharing your very useful information. Visiting from Home Acre Hop. Have a healthy wonderful day.ReplyDelete
Do Magnesium tablets work which are magnesium oxide? I had hyperactive parathyroid which caused me to have excess calcium. I was getting migraines all the time. Come to find out my body was excreting the excess calcium which took magnesium with it. Had two of the four parathyroids remove and now hardly ever get a head ache.ReplyDelete
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