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The following is one in an ongoing series of columns entitled Women's Nutrition Detective by . View all columns in series

Magnesium, on the other hand, relieves anxiety and relaxes muscles. In fact, magnesium often reverses restless leg syndrome and cramping legs and feet.

Instead of calcium, try taking 100-200 mg of magnesium citrate, glycinate, or amino acid chelate at night. If it causes loose stools, get your magnesium in an evening snack like nuts, seeds, or whole grains.

Try these easy solutions for a great night's sleep. And next month, I'll show you some homeopathic treatments for sleep disorders. I’ve seen these help even the most stubborn cases of insomnia.

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