On this page you will learn benefits of Magnesium citrate supplements in the treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome constipation, how it works and where to buy it.
Magnesium for constipation relief is something you might not be aware of.
Supplements can help regulate the bowels in sufferers of IBS-C or constipation predominant Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
It’s available in various forms including powder, liquid and as a tablet too.
Magnesium improves constipation through its effect on the bowel musculature.
It is an essential mineral that is required for bone formation, but it also has an effect on muscles to aid contraction, including the muscle contained within the bowel wall.
It is the contraction of the bowel wall or peristalsis that allows stool or poo to pass through the bowel.
It also attracts water so this is drawn in to the bowel by a process called osmosis and it is through this action, constipation can be eased by loosening up the stool.
Yes, magnesium is required for many of the body’s enzymes, substances that allow the breakdown of various substances including those in the bowel so it has a dual action as a supplement.
Magnesium Citrate tablets come as 150mg tablets usually and the dose that is beneficial really depends on the response of your bowel.
Normally a dose of between 150 to 300mg a day is sufficient to gain the maximum benefits for constipation in IBS.
When using it in IBS-A or alternating symptoms of constipation and diarrhea, a combination of Magnesium Citrate with Calcium with Vitamin D3 is often more beneficial.
The calcium helps stabilize it in this situation.
You know the benefits, but where can you obtain a reliable source?
If you would like to obtain your supply of magnesium for your constipation problems you can do so here.
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