Potassium + MG
- supports normal heart function
- reduces the sensation of fatigue and tiredness
- maintains good electrolyte balance
Potassium MG B6 – sustained-release capsules which contain microdroplets to release potassium chloride, magnesium citrate and vitamin B6 in a sustained manner.
The EvaLab Potassium plus Magnesium supplement are sustained-release capsules which contain microdroplets to release potassium chloride, magnesium citrate and vitamin B6 in a sustained release (SR) manner.
The supplement is recommended for individuals who need to maintain correct blood pressure and normal functioning of the nervous system and muscles. The sustained-release formulation helps prevent the “potassium-magnesium bomb” effect in the body.
Potassium and magnesium deficiency adversely affects the condition of nerve cells and their interactions with muscle cells. This weakens not only the nervous and digestive systems, but also the heart and other organs in the body.
The first symptom of the potassium and magnesium deficiency is usually general weakness accompanied by muscle pain and cramps. Weakness, however, affects not only muscles and limbs, but also causes problems with breathing or digestion. This happens because low potassium levels prevent muscles from rapidly recovering energy, thus leading to problems with muscle contractions. Weakness, muscle cramps, tingling or numbness are only a few of the symptoms caused by insufficient potassium levels in the body.
Persistent deficiency of minerals such as potassium may seriously affect the heart’s condition, as it impairs its natural functioning. The first symptom is irregular heart rhythm, occurring without any apparent reason.
It is recommended to take magnesium together with potassium supplements. This helps enhance the action of both elements. Together, they stimulate the cardiac function and ensure regular contractions. As a result, nerve impulses are more rapidly and efficiently transmitted from the brain to the nerves. This enables fast movements and good motor coordination. Potassium helps maintain proper functioning of the nervous system.
Potassium is the major intracellular cation and one of the most important electrolytes. In our body, which is largely made of water, potassium is present almost everywhere: in blood, cells, lymph and intercellular space. It increases the cell membrane permeability and prevents the swelling of cells. It determines normal functioning of the nervous system and muscles. Along with sodium and chlorides, it is a major component of extracellular fluid. It affects water and acid-base balance in the body, and helps maintain normal osmotic pressure.
Potassium is an electrolyte that provides nutrients to cells, while simultaneously collecting waste products. Moreover, this element participates in protein and carbohydrate combustion and stimulates insulin secretion. It enables normal functioning of the nervous system and muscles and ensures proper oxygenation of the brain. By helping to deliver oxygen to the brain, potassium improves concentration and cognitive functions. However, the major function of this macroelement involves controlling kidney function and blood pressure, and regulating water balance.
Magnesium is the second most important intracellular cation after potassium. Magnesium ions are essential for normal myocardial contractility and regulation of cardiac bioelectrical activity. They reduce conduction and excitability. Magnesium demonstrates myocardial protective effects as it prevents myocardial ischemia. At the same time, it has a protective effect on the vascular wall by preventing calcium excess and changes in connective tissue, and by exerting direct spasmolytic activity. Magnesium acts as a physiological anticoagulant, which is associated with its platelet-stabilizing action.
Furthermore, it is involved in numerous metabolic processes in the body, such as synthesis and use of high-energy compounds (ATP, GTP). It is essential for normal functioning of approximately 300 enzymes involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, fats and nucleic acids as well as oxydoreductive reactions. Hence, it is a major cellular and intracellular stabilizer and is involved in all essential physiological functions.
Magnesium demonstrates neurotropic activity and, therefore, has calming properties, whereas its deficiency leads to neuromuscular overexcitability. It has a depressive effect on the autonomic nervous system. It also decreases the excitability of striated muscle fibers. It improves phagocytosis and lymphocyte production, which leads to reduction of inflammatory response.
This element is involved in bone formation and mineralization, whereas its deficiency accelerates bone tissue ageing. It is also essential for the synthesis of certain hormones, e.g. insulin.
Magnesium is involved in body’s numerous defense processes. It acts against stress, ischemia, allergies and inflammation.
If you want to maintain the appropriate electrolyte balance and ensure your well-being, try the EvaLab supplement which offers ideal proportions in one capsule.
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