Magnesium is a mineral essential to almost all cells and is used for over 300 chemical reactions in the body. Most magnesium is stored in the bones and organs, with one of its primary functions being to keep muscles and nerves healthy. It is naturally available in many types of food, yet despite this, magnesium deficiency is prevalent.
Do you take magnesium for your muscles? What form do you take it? I have difficulty swallowing big pills, so I have yet to find something that works for me, but I would like to start taking magnesium for my muscles and nerves.
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