Insomnia and the Power of Magnesium

Most adults complain about not being able to get a good night’s sleep, and many are officially diagnosed with insomnia. What exactly causes insomnia and how can it be treated? The National Institute of Health lists the following symptoms as signs of insomnia: Lie awake for a long time before you fall asleep Sleep for only short periods Be awake for much of the night Feel as if you ha...
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How Safe Is Your Magnesium Supplement?

Doctors recommend Mag-Tab®SR not only for its superior absorption rate, but also because it is a pharmaceutical grade supplement. Unlike the majority of common magnesium tablets available in drug stores and health food stores, Mag-Tab®SR is a pharmaceutical grade sustained-release formulation. Mag-Tab®SR meets or exceeds all FDA standards for raw materials, manufacturing, chemistry controls, fi...
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Kidney Stone Prevention and the Role of Magnesium

Kidney stones occur when an abundance of minerals or salts, usually calcium oxalate, and less commonly, calcium phosphate or uric acid, form deposits inside your kidneys. When these crystallize, they form the “stones”. Kidney stones can be extremely painful to pass (those who’ve had them know!), and may cause damage to the kidneys, block the flow of the urinary tract, and and even inflict life-thr...
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Magnesium for Optimal Heart Function

Your heart depends on magnesium to function. A magnesium deficiency increases the risk for hypertension, or high blood pressure, in which blood flows through blood vessels (arteries) at higher than normal pressures. Adding a magnesium supplement such as Mag-Tab®SR can help relax the heart and maintain normal blood pressure, heart, and brain function.         ...
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Leg Cramps, Muscle Pain, and Magnesium

Many people experience leg cramps and muscle pain on a regular basis. Because of magnesium’s role in neuromuscular signals and muscle contractions, researchers have observed that magnesium deficiency is often the root cause. Magnesium cues your muscles to relax and not to spasm or contract. Pain medications can mask the symptom, but you are not addressing the actual issue of magnesium deficiency. ...
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Mag-Tab®SR Holiday Giveaways! Enter to Win!

Mag-Tab®SR Holiday Giveaways! Enter to Win! 1st Prize: One 1000 count bottle of Mag-Tab®SR 2nd Prize: THREE 100 count bottles of Mag-Tab®SR 3rd Prize: THREE 60 count bottles of Mag-Tab®SR Just enter your information to win! We will select the winners Friday morning, 12/23, and announce on Facebook and contact via email for address verification. Prizes will be mailed out by 1/2/17. E...
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What to Look for in Your Magnesium Supplement

Most doctors are aware of the different formulations of magnesium supplements, but the majority of consumers are not fully armed with the information. The magnesium supplement you choose will determine how much your body can absorb and how effectively it will help you with your health condition. Knowing about magnesium absorption will empower you to better manage your illness or condition that r...
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The Great Mineral: Magnesium

The Great Mineral: Magnesium Magnesium is a mineral that is required by your body, but cannot produce on its own. But what is a mineral? The proper definition is a solid, inorganic substance of natural occurrence on Earth. A mineral can’t be chemically synthesized by the body; it must be obtained through a supplement, IV, food, or water. That’s where Mag-Tab®SR can help keep you healthy. ...
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Calcium and Magnesium Should Be Taken Separately- Not Together!

We've all heard that we need calcium for strong bones, preventing osteoporosis, easing muscle cramps and basic cellular function. Equally prevalent advice from health experts exposes that most of us are magnesium deficient. However, most people are unaware that magnesium and calcium should be taken at different times in the day for fundamental absorbency. Spacing the intake of each mineral ...
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