What makes Muscle Relaxation special
The primary neurotransmitter in the brain helps to calm overexcited muscles
One of the most important minerals for muscle relaxation
An important amino acid for the synthesis of creatine, which supplied energy to nerves and muscles
A perennial botanical that eases post-exercise muscle soreness
Improve your next day recovery with relaxed muscles
Help stop muscle cramps so that you can train harder, day after day
Relax muscle tension so that you can get a good nights sleep
Jim from Chicago
My chiropractor recommended this because I was suffering from lower back pain. Now, when my lower back spasms, I take two capsules and this works to soothe the pain.
Learn more about Muscle Relaxation
If you're an endurance athlete, you've probably experienced bouts of muscle cramping and spasms ranging from annoying to painful that often strike immediately after your workout (even worse, before you're finished!) and can keep you up all night long.
Why NSAIDS are not the answer...
Unfortunately, many athletes resort to popping ibuprofen, aspirin or other NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory) or even prescription muscle relaxants in order to alleviate the pain and cramping. These meds are generally not a great solution, especially for endurance athletes, as they can lead to GI issues like leaky gut and even GI bleeding (which could then contribute to anemia), rare but potential liver toxicity, cell tissue damage and, perhaps the most alarming is hyponatremia (low sodium concentration in your blood). Prescription muscle relaxers have side effects like drowsiness and dizziness and can be habit forming.
BUT, the good news is that there IS something you can take that's very effective to relax your muscles and alleviate cramping by working with your body's natural processes (not AGAINST them) AND it also has no dangerous side effects. In fact, it has the added benefit of easing anxiety AND helping you get a better night's sleep...
Introducing Swiss RX Muscle Relaxation...
A rockstar pharma-grade supplement formulated with GABA, glycine, and other carefully selected ingredients proven to help promote muscle relaxation and relief of smooth muscle tension following exercise or strenuous activity.
So, if you want to...
- Help your muscles relax so that you can get a good night sleep
- Reduce or eliminate exercise-related muscle pain, cramping, and spasms so that you don't have to worry about stopping training or an event early and/or that spasms will plague you for hours afterward.
- Soothe muscle tension through a blend of potent traditional botanicals so that you can kick back, relax and enjoy the endorphins of your hard efforts!
Then you'll want to try SwissRX Muscle Relaxation today!
What causes muscle cramping?
Exercise-induced muscle cramping can be caused by dehydration, especially a depletion in electrolytes like magnesium. The other cause for cramping and spams is triggered by muscle overload and fatigue (i.e. training hard).
In a nutshell, after you've pushed your muscles to the limit, the part of your neuromuscular system that signals contractions can go into hyper mode while the part of your neuromuscular system that stops contractions goes on pause 🙄, which results in haywire signaling and bombards your muscles with the message to contract, contract, contract... while the signal to tell them to relax has been temporarily impaired
What makes Swiss RX Muscle Relaxation special?
This unique formula features gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and glycine, (which are shown to dampen the neuron activity in the brain and central nervous system) PLUS a potent blend of established traditional botanicals and magnesium that work together to serve as a quick response supplement for muscle relaxation and relief of cramping and spasms
What's inside Muscle Relaxation
The primary inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain and regulates other neurotransmissions to prevent overstimulation. It has a calming effect on haywire signaling, resulting in reduced cramping and spasming.
One of three amino acids needed for the synthesis of creatine, which supplies energy to nerve and muscle cells. Elevated amounts of glycine are found in the muscles, skin and other connective tissues. Glycine is also an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which works much like GABA.
Cramp Bark Powder
A large deciduous shrub thats has long been used to alleviate smooth muscle discomfort. Studies have confirmed that cramp bark promotes a relaxant effect.
A perennial botanical native to China and Japan, Dong Quai is effective at easing post-exercise muscle soreness, and has long been used medicinally for smooth muscle tension.
A critical vitamin required to convert glutamic acid to GABA in the body. Vitamin B6 is also a cofactor in many cellular biochemical reactions, including the release of glucose from glycogen and that of amino acid metabolism, including transamination, deamination and decarboxylation.
The fourth most abundant mineral in the body and participates in about 300-350 enzymatic reactions in nearly all tissues. Deficiency is common and results from poor dietary intake, poor absorption and excessive losses through urine, stool and perspiration. Magnesium is very important for regulating the influx of calcium into the muscle cells. When magnesium is depleted, calcium can remain in the muscle cell area longer, causing muscles to cramp.
We recommend taking 1-2 capsules to promote muscle relaxation. This product can be taken up to three times per day to support recovery.