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All you need to know about Magnesium Sprays
Is it better to use magnesium sprays in the day or evening?
Magnesium sprays offer the flexibility to be applied during the day or in the evening.
If the magnesium spray is applied in the evening, the spray can contribute to enhanced sleep quality and relaxation. On the other hand, applying the magnesium spray during the day can help to boost energy levels and provide support to your muscles and body, particularly during exercise.
How do you use a magnesium spray?
A magnesium spray is simple to use, just spray it directly onto your body and massage into the skin.
It is best to apply the spray to clean skin. Do not apply it to broken or delicate skin, especially around the eyes or on sensitive areas to avoid irritation.
Does magnesium sprays have any side effects?
It is advisable to conduct a patch test before using magnesium sprays to see if your skin reacts adversely.
Some individuals may experience a slight burning or tingling sensation, which can be attributed to the vasodilating properties of magnesium oil causing widened blood vessels. The intensity of these sensations may also be influenced by the severity of one's magnesium deficiency. To minimise discomfort, it is advisable to avoid applying magnesium sprays to irritated or cracked skin and start with small amounts.
While excessive magnesium intake through supplements may result in symptoms like diarrhoea, cramps and nausea, there is no established, defined upper limit for topical magnesium. The body will naturally expel excess magnesium, so it is more rare to experience adverse symptoms.