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Magnesium and nerve function
Magnesium is known to regulate or inhibit many nerve receptors.*
Without enough magnesium, nerves fire too easily from even minor stimuli which can create a sensitivity to pain especially in people with a low threshold.*
Magnesium appears to also affect the nervous system by regulating the release of hormones.*
Magnesium and muscle function
Adequate magnesium is necessary for proper muscle functioning.
Magnesium deficiency promotes excessive muscle tension which can lead to muscle spasms and restlessness.*
Supports the relaxation of both voluntary and involuntary muscle tissue.*
Absorption and mineral transporters (aspartates & citrates)
Absorption of minerals is a major problem.
All nutrients reaching the upper G.I. tract are not absorbed uniformly or adequately.
Increasing and improving absorption is vital to good health.*
To improve absorption of inorganic minerals, they must be bound to organic substances such as citric acid or aspartic acid.
This is known as a chelated mineral.