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Pertinent daily role of magnesium in the body

Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. Magnesium and calcium go hand in hand, especially in relation to bone health, and also to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission. Magnesium has an influence on the metabolism and regulation of calcium so it is important to have a good dietary balance of both these important minerals. In fact magnesium is needed in order for calcium to be bound to tooth enamel.

Local business supporting Galway GAA

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ACellnutrition Sport Ltd founded in Galway by John Kelleher is the fastest growing hydration supplement supplier in GAA and is the preferred choice of Galway GAA teams. The hydration, performance and recovery solution has played an integral role in the preparation of Galway teams over the last three years, including the senior football team ahead of Sunday's Connacht Final against Mayo.

Pertinent role of pure magnesium in the body

Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. Magnesium and calcium go hand in hand, especially in relation to bone health, and also to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission. Magnesium has an influence on the metabolism and regulation of calcium so it is important to have a good dietary balance of both these important minerals. In fact magnesium is needed in order for calcium to be bound to tooth enamel.

The role of magnesium in the body

Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. Magnesium and calcium go hand in hand, especially in relation to bone health, and also to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission. Magnesium has an influence on the metabolism and regulation of calcium so it is important to have a good dietary balance of both these important minerals. In fact magnesium is needed in order for calcium to be bound to tooth enamel.

The role of magnesium in the body

Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. But magnesium goes hand in hand with calcium, especially for good bone health and to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission.

Do you suffer from restless leg syndrome?

Rest legs syndrome is an uncomfortable sensation in your legs, where you have an irresistible urge to move your legs to relieve the symptoms. The condition causes itchy legs, pins and needles, creepy crawly feeling in the legs, throbbing muscles, and a cramping sensation (particularly in the calves). The symptoms of restless leg syndrome typically worsen during the early evening or later at night. This condition is most prevalent when you are extremely tired or after strenuous physical activity. It is also a common cause of insomnia as the condition is most prevalent at night. Many of us will experience RLS at some stage. In fact, 10 per cent of the population suffer from RLS. Research has indicated that low levels of magnesium have been linked to poor sleep and RLS.

Hospital ward closed due to vomiting bug

One ward remains closed this week at the west’s biggest hospital due to a number of suspected cases of the vomiting bug. (norovirus)

The role of magnesium in the body

Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. Magnesium and calcium go hand in hand especially in relation to bone health and to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission. Magnesium has an influence on the metabolism and regulation of calcium so it is important to have a good dietary balance of both these important minerals. In fact magnesium is needed in order for calcium to be bound to tooth enamel.

Exploring the role of magnesium in the body

Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. Magnesium and calcium go hand in hand especially in relation to bone health and also to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission. Magnesium has an influence on the metabolism and regulation of calcium so it is important to have a good dietary balance of both these important minerals. In fact magnesium is needed in order for calcium to be bound to tooth enamel.

The role of magnesium in the body

Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. Magnesium and calcium go hand in hand especially in relation to bone health and also to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission. Magnesium has an influence on the metabolism and regulation of calcium so it is important to have a good dietary balance of both these important minerals. In fact magnesium is needed in order for calcium to be bound to tooth enamel.

 

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