Magnesium and B vitamins to relieve tension

Magnesium and B vitamins to relieve tension

How to approach painful muscle tension: find out more.

Unpleasant, painful and restrictive. Almost everyone has experienced painful muscle tension. In fact, more than 50 percent of people experience painful muscle tension frequently or even regularly. Many of them are under intense pressure from studies, work and family life.

Muscle tension is particularly common in the shoulder and neck area. Symptoms may occur in other muscle groups as well, however, such as in the lower back, buttocks, calves and forearms. Try to avoid any unnatural posture which, in fact, does not relieve pain, but makes symptoms only worse.

Vital substances, muscles and nerves

Muscle tension can have many causes. Stress, nervousness, lack of exercise and poor posture as well as an adequate supply of the right minerals and vitamins play a central role.

The good news is that the muscle mineral magnesium can help with tension. For as soon as magnesium levels in the body are inadequate, muscles can no longer relax properly. So the typical muscle tension occurs as a result. Therefore, it is worth taking the muscle mineral magnesium.

When stressful situations affect your nerves, this also impacts muscle tension, because contraction of the musculature is controlled by the nervous system. There is a direct interaction between muscles and nerves, which is why nervous tension can often be felt in the musculature. When you feel stressed out B vitamins can stabilise your nerves.

Recommendation:

One tablet of Magnesium-Diasporal® DEPOT muscles + nerves once a day is enough to cover the requirement for important vital substances for muscles and nerves. The food supplement contains high-dose,
2-phase magnesium plus vitamin B complex (B1, B2, B6, B12) with special DEPOT effect.

Magnesium-Diasporal® DEPOT

Good to know: Strategies for stress and tension

  • Exercise!
    No postures to avoid pain: Tight muscles loosen with targeted exercises and gentle stretching.
  • Relax!
    In situations involving too much stress and nervous tension, relaxation techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation or autogenic training also help you achieve a good balance again.