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Taking magnesium can help relax your overall muscle tone. It can relax muscles that are tight around injury. It can stop cramp and spasm. And it can relieve the pain from Tendonitis, if Magnesium deficiency is part of the cause.
Chronic, mild Magnesium deficiency is an invisible problem with normal men and women and with athletes. It can be so mild as to be unnoticeable, or it can be severe, in the form of cramps, spasm, and Tennis Elbow Tendonitis pain.
So there is this constant interplay of pulling Calcium and Magnesium as muscles contract and relax.
If your muscles get low run out of Magnesium they aren’t able to turn off very well, or at all. Then muscles can basically get confused, and get stuck in a spasm cycle, which then starts using up a lot more Magnesium.
Calcium and Magnesium supplements are common on the shelves of grocery stores and health food stores. Supplements are a multi billion dollar industry.
This puts constant tension on your tendons. Then you use your body part with some kind of repetitive movement stress which causes extra wear and tear on the too tight tendon(s).
Cars don’t run without ,http://authenticfinearts.net/free3ukpunch.php;gasoline,http://www.digitallighting.com.au/freerun-nike.php. Athletes don’t run without Magnesium.
Part of that dynamic involves your muscles, that are working too hard, firing too often and for too long.
How Can Taking Magnesium Help Tennis Elbow Pain?
Again, long story short, this uses up a lot of Calcium and Magnesium.
For months and years before you feel Tendonitis pain, under the surface of your skin your muscles have been getting shorter and tighter, and your connective tissue has been getting more and more restrictive around those muscles.
I have seen it on more than one occasion where a client has been actively having muscle spasm,http://www.lbruning.com/shop/bestfreerun4.php, and in a very short time after taking Magnesium, the spasm just stops. All the therapy in the world can’t relax a tight muscle if you are Magnesium deficient.
Let’s look at how Tendonitis develops.
Did you know that Magnesium is a vital part of avoiding muscle tightness, spasm,http://harrietts.com.au/nikefree5blackwomens.php, and the Tennis Elbow symptoms that result from that?
How Are Tennis Elbow Tendonitis And Magnesium Connected?
It takes Calcium for a muscle fiber to fire. And it takes Magnesium for that muscle fiber to turn off, or relax. When your muscles are too tight, that means you have a lot more muscle fibers that are actively contracting.
Then, long story short, you get pain.
And they should be. We require nutrients to keep our machine running well, and modern practices around food production leave most western countries with a serious lack of nutrients in our food.
It’s time you found out.
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