Ever experienced restless leg syndrome before? No? Well, count yourself lucky! If you’re one of the unlucky ones, you’ll know how frustrating and energy-sapping it can be. Whether it’s a regular thing for you or just a once-every-now-and-then kind of deal, it pays to have strategies in place when it strikes. Sit tight while we give you the lowdown on restless leg syndrome (RLS), as well as some of the reasons to try using magnesium for restless legs.
If you’ve had RLS before you’ll know that late night feeling of needing to move your legs. You can thank your brain for that. Yup, RLS is a neurological disorder, and it plays out in different ways for different people.
Most people feel a range of odd sensations in their calves, but some people can experience pain as well. There’s a bit of relief to be had by moving your legs around but, let’s face it, it’s no fun thrashing around in your bed like a crazy person at 2 in the morning. (Especially if there’s someone sleeping right next to you!) And with all that exercise you’re doing, you’re probably waking up exhausted, grumpy and ready to seriously injure the next person who asks you how you slept. 😩
So yeah, RLS can be a real buzzkill. And while there’s no magic remedy, we do have a few helpful suggestions:
Oh, and there’s the magnesium link, too. And that gets the team here at Salt Lab pretty excited! Research has shown a link between magnesium deficiency and RLS. Again, no one knows exactly why it helps to use magnesium for restless legs, but it might be because magnesium helps to prevent the abnormal activity of the nervous system and relaxes your muscles (which in turn, can help combat those RLS woes).
So, what are you waiting for? Try Salt Lab’s luxurious magnesium spray today. It’s highly-concentrated, absorbed into the skin super-fast, and you can apply it to the spots that need it most, like your legs, or stomach. Need we say more? 🙌