Magnesium for Tendonitis

Symptoms of Magnesium Deficiency

Symptoms of Magnesium Deficiency in no particular order:

Osteoporosis, heart palpitations, decreased B-complex activation, decreased protein synthesis and enzyme reactions, spasm, cramping, asthma, fatigue, fibromyalgia, PMS, stroke, etc.

The signs of magnesium deficiency symptoms can be subtle, or obvious in the form of disease. Just remember, that it took a long period of time of being magnesium deficient to develop the physical ecology of having ‘disease’. So it may take a while while taking sufficient levels of Magnesium intake to ‘cure’ the disease.

Magnesium deficiency symptoms can be tricky because they can -look- like actual disease or other problems….like Tendonitis.

Magnesium For Tendonitis Prevention and Healing

The benefits of magnesium for Tendonitis prevention, treatment, curing, and healing cannot be overlooked (but regularly is).

Lack of magnesium plays a role long before you ever feel pain, and continues to play a role while your new and then chronic Tendonitis lingers and gets worse over time.
How does it do that?
1. Muscles require Calcium to fire, and Magnesium to relax/stop firing.
2. You don’t eat enough quality sources of magnesium, so your muscles slowly start to suffer as the ecology of your body and the specific are starts to fail to work properly.
3. You perform some repetitive activity, whether sports like baseball, a hobby like knitting, or work activities like typing and mousing. This means that your are eating through a lot of calcium and magnesium that you aren’t replacing appropriately.
4. This helps your muscles ‘lock’ into being tight. Different parts of your muscles can also get ‘confused’ and not be sure whether to fire or let go, and not really able to because they don’t have the right balance of necessary nutrients, so they get stuck into tiny bits of spasm, which basically starts to create a pain dynamic of tightness, waste product and irritant, and danger signals sent to the nervous system.
5. This all happens under the radar, slowly starting to ache, then hurt a little, then hurt a lot, until you hit the point where you realize that you are desperate for a tendonitis remedy.

 Magnesium for Tendonitis – Ok, so what now?

Ok, so you have Tendonitis of some kind, and you’ve just read all this about Magnesium benefits for Tendonitis.

Now what? What to do with all that information about Magnesium for Tendonitis?
1. If you have tendonitis pain, then you have muscles that are chronically too tight. This points to being or becoming magnesium deficient.
2. If you notice that your muscles spasm sometimes or constantly, then you are calcium and/or magnesium deficient.
3. Depending on your diet and nutritional intake, it’s safe to say you could use more calcium and magnesium.
4. If you feel like your muscles just won’t ‘let go’, and/or if you feel like the pain has a ‘tension’ element, then it’s safe to say that you could benefit from more magnesium.
I’ve seen some surprisingly fast results from taking in magnesium. I once worked with a guy who had near constant cramping and spasm in his leg. Massage helped stop them for a little bit, but when he took a calcium magnesium supplement, they vanished.

I’ve had that experience myself, with smaller muscle spasm.

Pain creates tightness (and vice versa). Tightness uses up magnesium. Your diet is unlikely to provide you the magnesium you need.

Try adding some magnesium and see what happens. I’m not going to say how much, that’s up to you, and it’s different for everybody.

The Magnesium dosage you take should not exceed 900mg.
And, it’s worth it to see if this is a component of your Tendonitis pain, tightness, and other symptoms.

Like all things in life, try it out, pay attention, and see what happens.

To successfully treat Tendonitis like Plantar Fasciitis, Carpal Tunnel, and Tennis Elbow, supplementing magnesium for Tendonitis is a great addition to using the appropriate Tendonitis Treatment That Works’ DVD.

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