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Old Wed, Jun-05-13, 13:16
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Default night time thigh cramping

I feel like this is because I'm missing magnesium but I take a One a Day for Women - wouldn't that be enough? I do not add salt to my food. could that be it? It happens at night but like the front of my thighs and even on nights where I have not worked out.

I read on a different website chelated magnesium might help? any ideas? or is it a calcium or potassium thing?
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Old Wed, Jun-05-13, 16:47
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Nancy LC Nancy LC is offline
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Please read the thread about salt in my signature. All the potassium and magnesium won't help you if you don't get enough sodium first.
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