Magnesium deficiency is common among athletes. Physical activity causes significant losses in water (sweat) that reduce sharply magnesium in the body tissues.
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The consequences of magnesium deficiency are numerous and often result in a state of nervousness, insomnia, tremors, decreased performance and difficulty of recovery.
Role of magnesium is very important in athletes who regularly solicit their muscles. Indeed, it’s an essential nutrient for muscle contractions, it participates in cellular calcium exchange and it also plays a vital role in nerve transmission and regulation of heart. Its deficiency can lead to disorders such as tetany, cramps and muscle pain.
Magnesium, in addition to his many roles on the muscular system, participates in over 300 enzymatic reactions for energy production into cells and enhances protein synthesis.
In France about 70% of the population has a magnesium deficiency. 6mg / kg of body weight are required on daily average. 400 mg is required for a person with moderate activity and 600 mg for a person practicing intense physical activity.
This is a very important amino acid for brain function. It improves the penetration of magnesium in cells and acts on the dopaminergic system. With its synergy with magnesium, it also participates in stress regulation, nervousness and muscle spasms.
Vitamin B6 acts as a cofactor in many processes related to amino acid metabolism and protein. Like most B vitamins, vitamin B6 is essential for energy production coming from muscle glycogen. It plays a crucial role in antibodies synthesis, hemoglobin and some neurotransmitters. It acts synergistically with magnesium.
Take 1 capsule daily before dinner with a glass of water.