Muscle Cramps and Muscle Pain all Over

by Eian

I am a male model, as such I do a ton of training. In the past few years I have had many demonstrative problems such as knots in almost all the muscles in my body, which causes mass tightness in my body and Tendonitisin my ankles pain in my knees, my left side is so locked up I have stopped training and am in constant pain due to knots in my left calf, IT band, hamstring, lower and upper back and neck...

I have tried almost everything but still can not find the cause.. I am really running out of ideas and energy. could this be due to deficiency !>? any help would be a tremendous help
thank you for your time


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Finding a Cause vs. Finding a Solution..
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Eian,

Well, I'm much more interested in finding solutions than finding causes. And if you actually take the advice of me and my partner from The Tendonitis Expert, I'll bet that you can get significant relief from your issues.

First of all, I assume that you read the page that you commented on which is the Causes of Muscle Cramps.

By FAR, the best and first thing that you should try is magnesium, magnesium, magnesium!! Dieting, working out and performing on stage are all EXTREMELY stressful and deplete magnesium.

So, read the page on the right Magnesium Dosage and get as much as you can as often as you can. I would suggest that you start out with oral supplements as well as Transdermal Magnesium Gel used topically on your tendonitis.

So that is the first suggestion. The next suggestion is to follow the Vitamin D Therapy protocol and get your vitamin d levels up to optimal. While your pain may not SEEM like vitamin d deficiency, it very likely has some component of that.

Well, that's a good start. I can give you lots more suggestions, too, depending upon how aggressive you want to get. But for now, let me know that you received this and see if any of this makes sense for you and we can go from there.

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Immune System

Muscle Cramps and Muscle Pain All Over
by: Terri

Two years ago I went to see my doctor due to all over muscle and bone pain, so severe that I could barely move and couldn't sleep at night. The first thing he did was check vitamin D levels and my level was at 14.

Since getting my levels back into normal range, the pain has resolved completely. I suggest seeing your doctor and having vitamin D levels checked immediately.

I followed the advice of Kerri and took over the counter Vitamin D3 Supplementsalong with magnesium (as opposed to my doctor's advice of 50,000 IU of Prescription Vitamin D).

My Vitamin D Level is now at 68 and I feel GREAT! This is a very informative site and Kerri gives great advice. Follow her recommendations and you too will be feeling better soon!

Magnesium and Deep Tissue Massage
by: Anonymous

Hi Kerri,
You have taught me much about magnesium deficiency(and more) over the years. I can actually feel in my massage clients when their muscles tightness is due to magnesium deficiency or if it's just stress or overworked muscles. Many times people will think they want a deep tissue massage but their muscles do not let go and once they get on magnesium they report back to me and say they have less pain, feel more relaxed and can sleep better at night. Just a few of the wonderful benefits of getting adequate magnesium.
There are many happy people in Redding, Ca who get a deeper nutritional massage of their cells because of magnesium and many who who also learn more about their body and health because I refer them to your website all the time.
Thank you!
Cheri Davis
Advanced Massage Solutions and Yoga

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