Thursday, August 19, 2010

Pain management with Transdermal Magnesium

Many people needlessly suffer pain because they don’t get enough magnesium.
Dr. Mildred Seelig

Pain Reliever

Transdermal magnesium is a safe and natural way to ease the pain of:

·        Diabetic neuropathy
·        Vein problems
·        Muscle stiffness
·        Cramps/spasms
·        Headaches/Migraines
·        Back pain/Sciatica
·        Joint pain
·        Menstrual pain
·        Surgery
·        Gout

The potent anti-inflammatory and muscle-relaxing properties of magnesium make it an effective pain reliever. Rubbing it directly onto affected areas means that it acts quickly and effectively at the site of pain.

A deficiency in magnesium causes an increase in a body chemical called substance P, which is responsible for pain perception. Substance P serves as a pain messenger and is associated with inflammatory processes in the joints

Magnesium is needed in the production of serotonin, a brain neurotransmitter involved in the perception of pain.

When you take a look at the Signs of a magnesium deficiency, it is easy to understand why treating pain with magnesium addresses not only the symptom, but also the cause of pain.

Pain management with magnesium employs magnesium oil applied transdermally to the skin. Dr. Linda Rapson, who specializes in treating chronic pain, believes that about 70 per cent of her patients who complain of muscle pain, cramps and fatigue are showing signs of magnesium deficiency.

“Virtually all of them improve when I put them on magnesium,” says Rapson, who runs a busy Toronto pain clinic. “It may sound too good to be true, but it’s a fact.” She’s seen the mineral work in those with fibromyalgia, migraines and constipation. “The scientific community should take a good hard look at this.”[1]

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  1. very interesting read. There are so many different things that can affect our bodies and how we feel pain. That is why when I was looking for NJ Pain Management I turned to trusted medical professionals. They really could find out what was right for what I suffered from

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