Muskel und Wadenkrämpfe

The consequences of magnesium deficiency

Muscle and calf cramps are the most common consequences of magnesium deficiency, but headaches can also be associated with magnesium deficiency.

Magnesium for cramps

Magnesium for cramps

Magnesium deficiency is often the cause of painful muscle and calf cramps: magnesium plays an important role in ensuring that muscles and nerves function properly.

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Magnesium bei Muskelverspannungen

Magnesium & muscle tensions

Magnesium deficiency often manifests itself in the form of muscle tension or pain. The symptoms can be alleviated by increasing your magnesium intake.

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Magnesium & Diabetes

Magnesium & diabetes

There is a strong link between magnesium & type 2 diabetes. Diabetics have increased needs of magnesium.

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Magnesium & the heart

Magnesium & the heart

Magnesium is particularly important for a healthy heart. Cardiac arrhythmia and hypertension (high blood pressure) can result from, or be exacerbated by magnesium deficiency.

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Magnesium & migraine

Magnesium & migraine

Migraine is a widespread condition around the globe, and its symptoms of which can be extremely debilitating. Magnesium can help prevent migraine attacks.

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Magnesium und Sport

Magnesium & sports

Athletes have to take care to replace lost magnesium and fluids quickly after exercise in order to maintain normal muscle function and performance levels in the long term.

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Magnesium in der Schwangerschaft

Magnesium during pregnancy

Expectant mothers need extra magnesium. They can prevent magnesium deficiency by adjusting their intake.

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Magnesium in der Stillzeit

Magnesium and breastfeeding

Breastfeeding mothers need more magnesium as they also have to provide their child with this essential mineral.

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Magnesium bei Dysmenorrhö/PMS

Magnesium & PMS

Taking magnesium for PMS is not only a way to alleviate acute symptoms – magnesium can also help to prevent the symptoms occurring in the first place.

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Magnesium & stress

Magnesium & stress

The power mineral magnesium is extremely important when you are stressed, as it regulates the secretion of stress hormones such as adrenaline.

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Magnesium & depression

Magnesium deficiency & depression

The onset of depression or sleep problems can be related to magnesium deficiency. You can prevent such problems occurring by taking 300 mg of magnesium a day.

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