The relaxation mineral known as magnesium can help fight your night cramps. A study proved that 78% of night cramp suffers are deficient in magnesium. Taking magnesium will loosen your muscles and block pain receptors; it will also reduce inflammation and increase your body’s absorption of potassium, which is essential for proper muscle function.*
Magnesium supplements are easy to add to your evening routine, just take 200 mg at dinner and then 300 mg before bed. When purchasing a magnesium supplement, ensure quality by looking for a label that reads “GMP-certified.”
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