Magnesium and cell membranes

Magnesium stabilizes biological membranes such as our cell membrane (cell membrane). Magnesium controls the permeability of the cell membrane and the sodium-potassium transport in and out of cells. It is a co-factor of the sodium-potassium pump and cell important for the biological balance of all minerals.
magnesium, nervous system and muscles
Magnesium is responsible for the action potential of nerve to muscle cell and thus has influence on the excitation line. It regulates the contraction of our muscles and sagging in skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, vascular muscle or uterine muscle. Magnesium provides for the functioning of any relaxed muscles and the central nervous system in the human body.

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