Your Magnesium Connection…

Research shows that the Fibromyalgia and Magnesium connection is  an AMAZING fact. Not that you don’t have Fibromyalgia. However, the muscle weakness, fatigue and pain that is experienced could definitely be, in part, due to such severe magnesium deficiency that the muscles are in a constant state of spasm. These microspasms that occur in Fibromyalgia are so severe that researchers call them‘Tetany’. This constant tiny micro muscle spasms not only causes problems in and of itself, but uses up the energy stores in the muscles. Fibromyalgia and magnesium deficiency and subsequent muscle spasms can actually explain MANY of the symptoms of Fibromyalgia. Along with the almost identical symptoms of Fibromyalgia with a Vitamin D deficiency, the Fibromyalgia and Magnesium Deficiency connection can also go a long way in explaining some other symptoms such as:

  • Sleep Disturbances
  • Headaches and the connection of Magnesium with Migraines.
  • Temporomandibular Joint Pain
  • Anxiety Problems
  • Muscle Aches and Stiffness in the Muscles

It does seem as though the ONE similarity that all Fibromyalgia patients share is having an EXTREMELY stressful experience or series of lower level stressful experiences in their life. The stress hormone production requires a high level of magnesium and stressful experiences can lead to magnesium deficiencies as well as the Adrenal Gland Fatigue. But not only can the administration of magnesium help to improve adrenal gland function, but it can also lead to an improved experience of stress. Magnesium is well known to be a neurological system relaxant, and has even been used intravenously in the hospital as a sedative in patients who can’t be relaxed for procedures any other way. When you are under stress or you can’t relax… magnesium can help.

Make sure you go with a malate form of magnesium, because it is 85% absorbable. You can get Sustained Release Technology Magnesium from Jigsaw Health, as seen on the sidebar of my blog.

As well as Magnesium, B6, B12, it also has Quatrefolic® (5-MTHF, or folate) is an active form of Vitamin B-9, folic acid. For many people, it is difficult to convert folic acid into folate. Folate is an important co-factor to P5P and beneficial to many bodily functions. Together, these greatly improve Magnesium’s function supporting healthy muscular tone, enhancing overall energy, and promoting stable mood, calmness, and good sleep. Get your Magnesium with SRT today!

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aprilb

This is a blog for all Fibromyalgia sufferers. I have fibromyalgia myself. I blog about my fibro health and life. The problems I have with Fibromyalgia and how I solve them. I write about therapies, medications and the life itself, as a disabled person who wants to be thought of as normal. I have two children, they both live at home with me. Both boys they are 22 and 18 years of age. I also have at home three dogs and two cats. Yes, sometimes it’s like a zoo around here. I live in California. I am surviving on Social Security Disability Insurance and marketing online. It has been slow going but I am making it work. I am no longer able to work outside the home because of the fibromyalgia. I used to be a Loan Officer for a large mortgage company. I also have a Real Estate license. I use to be a very busy person. The fibromyalgia has taken a lot out of me. As I am sure it has for you too. So I write for you, the hurting and disabled with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue, IBS, and all the other symptoms we so boldly carry. My hope is that you’ll get some value out of this blog. Always feel as if you can comment on my views. I would love to hear some interaction from my readers. I have created the site to truly help people that are experiencing difficulty in their own lives with Fibromyalgia. Many people in America and all over the world are suffering from this disease. This site is dedicated to helping provide the most up to date information about living and coping with Fibromyalgia in your everyday life. I am not a doctor, nor am I licensed to give medical advice in any way. Any information you find on my blog is strictly an opinion and should not be taken as medical advice. You are responsible for any information you use from this site in your own life. Please talk with a licensed, medical professional before making any important decisions about your health or illness. Thank you. Sincerely, April Baldner (myfibrolife)

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