Magnesium & Restless Leg Syndrome

If you suffer from Restless Leg Syndrome, relief may be a simpler solution that you think.

Lately some of you may have heard our radio ads that talked about how Active 8 may be able to help people who have Restless Leg Syndrome. We received so many requests for information that we thought perhaps you might be interested in some of the information and research that is ongoing regarding Restless Leg Syndrome (hereafter referred to as RLS) and its relationship to magnesium, one of the primary ingredients in Active 8.

RLS is a neurological condition that makes one feel like they have the constant urge to move with an underlying “tickling” sensation that makes it uncomfortable – especially while trying to relax, sleep, read or other leisurely activities.  The amount of discomfort can range from minor annoyance to one of significant pain and lack of sleep.

Some of the more common causes of RLS are: lack of magnesium, lack of iron, intake of serotonin anti-depressants (such as Zoloft) and other psychiatric medications, too much stimulants like caffeine and cold medicines, pregnancy, severe kidney disease, alcohol withdrawal, hormonal changes, Folate deficiencies, and chronic diseases like fibromyalgia, leukemia, chronic lung disease, rheumatoid arthritis and even heart disease.

How is magnesium deficiencies related to RSL? If your body is low in the large amounts of magnesium your body requires, then you quite possibly could suffer from restless leg, cramps, and migraines. Magnesium helps the muscles relax and is critical for more than 300 functions in the body alone.  It is worthwhile to note that calcium and potassium (also an ingredient in Active 8) are also play an important role in nerve transmissions. If you take calcium to help with osteoporosis, be sure to have enough magnesium and potassium to help the calcium work better in the body.

This problem often shows up at night when the body is trying to relax creating major sleep problems. A study by Hornyak M, Voderholzer U, Hohagen F, Berger M, Riemann D. Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Albert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg, Germany showed that patients who have mild or moderate RLS-or PLMS-related insomnia could get significant relief with magnesium supplementation. Following their treatments of magnesium, patients reported a significant decrease in RLS-sleep related activity.1

So is Active 8 a cure-all for Restless Leg Syndrome? Of course not, but it can help alleviate the symptoms if you have a deficiency in the levels of magnesium in your body – and if you have that problem, it warrants a discussion with your doctor as to whether you should take Active 8 for help with RLS.

Active 8 does not claim to diagnose or treat any disease and you should consult with your doctor if unsure as to whether you should take Active 8. Active 8 is primarily composed of the highest quality magnesium available in one of the most absorbable forms possible. It is 100% guaranteed, fully refundable if you are not satisfied for any reason. Click here if you would like to order Active 8.

Biographical References:

1. US National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health: abstract

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