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    i found a cure!!!!!
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    problemis posted:
    had the same symptoms as all yall. i went and researched i thought it was something bad but turns out my body was low in magneisum. it caused my muscles to cramp after physical workouts and every day things it gave me awwwwful headaches starting from tthe back of my neck. magneisum is needed in your muscles to help produce atp also so thats why you get extreamly tired. so go out and buy MAGNEISUM SUPPLIMENTS! YOUR BODYS MOSTLIKELY NOT PRODUCING IT AND YOU DONT EAT FOODS THAT HAVE MAGNEISUM IN THEM!!!!! HOPE THIS HELPS YALL
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