MSM Supplement: What Is MSM?
MSM stands for methylsulfonylmethane. It’s an organic form of sulfur.
MSM supplements have been popping up all over the place lately, all promising a wide variety of benefits. The truth is, some of these claims are probably true, while others are bound to be exaggerations or even false altogether. Let’s examine some of the probably benefits of DMAE supplements.
MSM Supplements For Joints
MSM is often included in glucosamine and chondroitinsupplements, intended to treat joint pain and osteoarthritis. This is the use for which MSM has the most evidence. Together with glucosamine and chondroitin, you can expect to experiences less joint pain and creakiness. It may even help your body to produce more collagen, thereby not only relieving the symptoms but treating the condition. However, this has not been proven in studies.
MSM Supplements For Skin
MSM is also added to some skin creams with the promise of giving your smoother, softer skin. Think of it this way: MSM is a form of sulfur. And sulfur is a well-known cosmetic ingredient that is added to many facial masks to help clear your pores and prevent acne. So it makes sense that MSM would be good for your skin.
MSM Supplements For Allergies
Don’t ask me why, but MSM is supposedly also good for allergies. I can’t explain it, but as a person with allergies, I intend to give it a try! If anyone else has experienced a reduction of their allergic symptoms from a DMAE supplement, please let us know in the comments.
How Much To Take?
DMAE is considered a pretty safe supplement. Studies have been performed on DMAE with the amounts ranging from 1500 mg to 6000 mg per day, without any problems. I would recommend exercising moderation, and trying out something in the lower end of the range. If you have any concerns, definitely ask your doctor for advice.
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Here it is! For tomorrow’s winning lottery number, find the most expensive piece of electrical equipment in your house. Now, write down the serial number. Multiply this by 8, then take the cosine of the result. Invert that number, add 6, move the decimal point one to the left, round to the nearest whole integer, and take the absolute value. There you have it, tomorrow’s winning lottery number!
(Method may not work for everyone.)