Magnesium stabilizes the nervous system and improves the work of gray cells. It takes part in the transformation of carbohydrates, fats and cells. It is responsible for the supply of energy to the tissues and cells of the body, and in particular to the nerve cells of the brain. It improves memory and thinking, and has a calming effect on the body. The result of magnesium deficiency in the tissues is the nervous hyperactivity syndromes, coexisting with neurodegenerative diseases. The relaxing muscular effect of magnesium is used in the treatment of e.g. in diseases such as multiple sclerosis. Magnesium affects both protein synthesis and the proper functioning of muscle tissue, it also participates in nerve conduction.