Restless Leg Syndrome Relief
Magnesium Therapy for RLS
Restless leg syndrome (RLS) is a common sleep disorder characterized by uncomfortable sensations in the legs, which worsen during periods of rest or inactivity or while lying or sitting down. People who have jumpy legs or restless leg syndrome (RLS) find it very difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night. While there are some drugs that may be prescribed, research shows that a lot of cases of restless leg syndrome (RLS) can be helped by intaking more magnesium, either through diet or through a magnesium supplement like Mag365. Mag365 aids sleep by reducing anxiety and stress, and by calming jumpy legs that are symptoms of restless leg syndrome (RLS). Sufferers of Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and children experiencing 'growing pains' are more likely to suffer from Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS).
Most people who take Mag365 magnesium supplement experience relief from restless legs syndrome and sleep like a baby the first night! While there are many reasons that lead to sleep disorders like insomnia, we believe that Mag365 is your best bet as an effective sleep aid. Other products like Magnesium Rub, Magnesium Gel and Epsom Salts will also work equally as well. Magnesium relaxes the muscles and has a calming effect on the entire nervous system and this makes it a very important mineral in the treatment of insomnia related problems.
"I tried your product Natural Calm Mag365 for the first time the other day before going to bed. Honest to God, I slept 11 hours through! Wow! I hadn’t been able to do that for 11-12 years. In short, I found this product actually worked like nothing I’ve tried before. Thanks."
Tom .G. OR
"What I’ve noticed is I’m sleeping like a baby. I fall asleep and rarely wake. If I do, it’s only for a moment. I haven’t been in the habit of sleeping solidly throughout the night for many years. I have to say I’m feeling great."
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Research Supports Magnesium as a Sleep Aid
Research supports our belief and our customers’ testimonials about the effectiveness of Mag365 as a sleep aid and an insomnia remedy:
- Insomnia is one of the central nervous symptoms of chronic magnesium deficiency.
- A number of sleep disorders (talking in your sleep, waking up abruptly in a terrified state; jerking (and other movements) in your sleep; and restless leg syndrome (RLS) may be related to magnesium deficiency. [2,3]
- Magnesium Deficiency related Sleep disorders are usually agitated with frequent "waking up in the night". The deficiency may be severe enough to be diagnosed on the basis of clearly low blood magnesium levels. Nocturnal observation monitoring reveals major organization of sleep disorders. 
- Conversely, a high magnesium, low aluminum diet has been found to be associated with high-quality sleep time and few nighttime awakenings. It is an effective insomnia remedy against sleep disorders. 
- Magnesium supplementation has been reported to be a sleep aid by helping you fall asleep faster and stay asleep. 
- Because estrogen helps with the uptake of magnesium into the soft tissues, low estrogen can contribute to magnesium deficiency which in turn contributes to sleep disorders. 
- Sleep efficiency (sleep time increases and arousals decrease) improved from 75-85% in a trial study symptoms in patients with moderate restless leg syndrome (RLS) by using magnesium as an insomnia remedy. 
- A small study including only ten patients found that magnesium provided an insomnia remedy related to restless leg syndrome (RLS) a disorder characterized by uncomfortable sensations in the legs, which are worse during periods of inactivity or rest or while sitting or lying down). 
- In another study of fourty-two patients undergoing abdominal hysterectomy, those who received intravenous magnesium sulfate before and after surgery experienced less discomfort, required fewer pain-killers, and slept better after surgery compared to those who received a placebo. 
About Mag365 as an Effective Insomnia Remedy
Developed by ITL Health Limited, MAG365 magnesium supplement features a proprietary process that provides the most absorbable, effective, fast-acting magnesium available anywhere. MAG365 is a 100 percent natural water-soluble magnesium powder of the highest quality.
Magnesium Rub and Magnesium Gel - Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) Help
A lot of the research used Magnesium Sulfate which is also known as Epsom Salts. Epsom Salts are economical and used in a bath to absorb the magnesium through your skin. Because most of us don't have time to have a long protracted bath every day, another alternative is to apply Magnesium Rub or Magnesium Gel directly to your skin. Ten drops of Magnesium Rub is approximately 400mg of elemental magnesium. You need twice as much gel to get the same amount of magnesium transdermally. Another benefit of the magnesium rub/gel is that it bypasses your intestinal tract and you will experience less of a laxative effect. We believe that Magnesium Rub and Magnesium Gel are excellent ways to get magnesium into your system to help combat the effects of Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)
If you have benefited from Mag365, Rub or Gel and would like to share your experience please mail email@example.com. Click here for more reviews from our satisfied customers.
A Word of Caution
We don’t claim that our Natural Magnesium Supplements are a definite cure for insomnia because sleep disorders can also be caused by deficiencies in Folic Acid , Thiamine , Iron  and Potassium  or excess Chromium . Research also shows that supplementation of Niacinamide  ,Vitamin B12 , Vitamin E  also will help remedy insomnia.
However, in our experience, our magnesium supplements, like Mag365, are more effective insomnia cures for sleep disorders such as restless leg syndrome. It is a fast acting and highly absorbable form of magnesium providing an insomnia relief and acts as a sleep aid.
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