In order for blood to be transported around the body, the heart muscle needs to contract and relax. In relaxed state, the cardiac muscle cells are provided with plenty of magnesium and potassium; in contracted state, magnesium and potassium are released from the inside of the cardiac muscle cells. In order for the muscle to relax again, magnesium and potassium need to be pumped into the cardiac muscle cells. The functionality of these pumps depends on magnesium. The muscular interaction between contraction and relaxation, accompanied by a rhythmic release and supply of electrolytes, not only takes place in the heart muscle but also in the intestinal and skeletal muscles.
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