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Magnesium citrate taken orally alleviates pain:Research

Magnesium citrate taken orally alleviates pain:Research
Turkish scientists carry out groundbreaking medical research on pain relief

By Efsun Erbalaban Yilmaz

IZMIR, Turkey (AA) - A team of Turkish scientists have pioneered a research which proves taking magnesium citrate orally reduces pain.

Dr. Nazan Uysal Harzadin, an academic at Dokuz Eylul University, said her team carried out a scientific study to trace the relationship between magnesium and muscle pain.

She said their experiments proved that magnesium citrate taken orally reduces pain by regulating the balance of the immune system.

The researcher said she believes that magnesium might be useful to reduce pain especially after surgery.

"There is some data showing that magnesium, directly injected to a vein during surgery, can control pain after medical operation. However, this method is not mostly preferred due to its side effects that cause hypotension," she said.

Before this experiment, Harzadin proved that the component of magnesium malate and magnesium acetyl reduces anxiety level and the possibility of depression.

*Writing by Fahri Aksut

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