Muscular Support


One of the most common and annoying muscle problems is the cramp in the leg or foot, but it may no longer be that nuisance attack as you settle down in bed or run laps or just simply the time you want to relax but sit too long.

The Mayo Clinic and other leading authorities all agree the hidden cause of Muscle Cramps is a Magnesium Deficiency, and no prescription medication can fix it.

In fact, 78% of Muscle Cramp sufferers have a severe Magnesium Deficiency. Without Magnesium, the body is missing its most important natural defense against pain, swelling, tension and inflammation. Studies show that aggressively fixing a Magnesium Deficiency can eliminate Muscle Cramps and prevent them in the future.


It loosens muscles by counteracting the effect of calcium which tightens muscles.

It increases the absorption of potassium which is critical for proper muscle function.

It decreases pain by locking pain receptors in the brain and nervous system.

It dampens inflammation in the muscles and the entire body.

It relaxes blood vessels and decreases blood pressure which restores healthy circulation.

It relaxes the production of serotonin, GABA and Melatonin which helps relaxation and rest to take place.


Pain is a signal that the body gives when something is wrong, and it should not be ignored.

Muscle Pain can be of various types and can strike in various places. It can involve Ligaments, Tendons, Bones and Organs. Pain is one of the most prominent and major symptoms of most muscle and bone-related problems such as Musculoskeletal Disorders like Fibromyalgia and Degeneration of Muscles (polymyositis).

The pain resulting from these may vary from being mild to severe and can be either localized or diffusing in nature. The causes can be due to injury by a blow, accident, over exercises, spasms, etc. usually pain caused by the factors mentioned is temporary, but it it lasts long it can be a case of chronic illness and rheumatic condition such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoporosis or Osteoarthritis.


Muscle Pain can be a result of many reactions taking place inside the body. The onset of certain infectious diseases like Influenza or Lyme Disease are very often connected with pain in the muscles. Connective tissue disorders also cause a considerable amount of pain, i.e.. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE). Patients also complain of muscle Tenderness. It is often accompanied with symptoms like difficulty in sleeping, fatigue and headaches.

Peripheral Neuropathy is also something that results in Muscle Pain. The nerves fail to exchange information with the brain and the nervous system. This not only causes pain, but it contributes to numbness and inability in muscle Control.

Electrolyte Imbalance i.e. Imbalance in the Electrolytes in blood serum that exist in the blood in the form of acids, bases and salts also lead to painful and weakened muscles. Examples of Electrolytes are bicarbonate, calcium, chlorine, magnesium, potassium and sodium.


The medical definition of "weakness" is Loss of Strength.

It is a failure of muscular function in one or more muscles. Weakness is classified into four types: 1)Metabolic 2)Neurologic (brain related 3)Toxic 4)Muscle-related


Anemia Malnutrition Electrolyte Imbalances

Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Poliomyelitis Multiple Myeloma

Congenital Myopathies Diabetic Neuropathy Hodgkin's Disease

Malignant Tumors Medications Nerve Impingement

Facial Nerve Problems Sprains and Strains

Weakness in legs and hands could be a sign of Rheumatic Conditions, SLE or Musculoskeletal Disorders.

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