Magnesium for Muscles Part 2

You learned in the last article that there are muscles in places you had not even considered – on your arteries, in your gut and even in a woman’s uterus. It is safe to assume that you were aware that you have muscles throughout your body that move your skeleton. A magnesium deficiency will obviously affect each of those muscles as well. Remember those pesky leg cramps you get in the middle of the night? Maybe you or someone you know complains about restless leg syndrome… What is a great natural solution?  You got it– magnesium! Now imagine if all of the  muscles in the body are tight. More energy would definitely be required to move, right? Now consider chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. It is absolutely exhausting to be moving against all those tight muscles! It is like you can never truly relax when all the muscles are chronically tight. I personally have first hand knowledge that individuals with fibromyalgia have chronically tight muscles – so much so that it is difficult to distinguish between different muscle groups while I am massaging the muscles. There is so much unnecessary energy wasted when muscles are working against each other like this and when you are sick with either chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia you need all the energy you can get. If you consider taking some magnesium you would stop wasting all that energy. Magnesium would allow the muscles to relax and to work together instead of against one another. Do not worry if you are concerned with trying to figure out what magnesium to get. I am going to be discussing with you the different forms of magnesium in a later article. However, if you are anxious to try some before we get to that point then click this link here and find my favorite magnesium that I discovered from a local physician. If those hyperlinks did not work then use the one below.

If you want something that is exceptionally effective then Cardiovascular Research Magnesium solution is truly the best. Click this link if you want to get it from Amazon, which is where I purchase Magnesium solution unless I happen to go to my favorite local physician instead. If the above hyperlinks did not work then click or copy and paste the link below.

Lisa Marie Keller


About Lisa Marie Keller

Lisa Marie Keller wants to live in a world where it is commonplace to dance to the music of life. As a pain management specialist, she's been working as a Physical Therapist resolving the pain of her patients for a variety of conditions including but not limited to chronic back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, knee pain foot pain and even headaches for over thirteen years. Following seven years of traditional schooling and more years than she would like to remember at the School of Hard Knocks resolving her own pain and body dysfunctions she has become the Queen of Conquering Pain. When she’s not pondering on how to solve the next health dilemma, you can find her dancing around in her living room to music that is played much too loud, making snobby comments about amazing wine and fantasizing about where she is going to travel to next. Her first book — Free My Back — hit the Amazon Marketplace in August 2014. You can get a free e-book version of Free My Back by registering at
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