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Systemic Formulas Ligament Laxity Protocol

Ligament laxity, also called ligamentous laxicity, literally means loose ligaments. Those with this condition may experience chronic body pain, frequent sprained ankles, shoulder dislocations, chronic swelling of the joints and hypermobility of the joints. This disorder can present in only one area of the body or all over. Collagen may help with the health and strength of ligaments, as those with ligament laxity may be deficient in collagen. Your body requires vitamin C and manganese to produce collagen. Vitamins B6 and B12, zinc and magnesium also play a role in the production of collagen. If you choose to take a vitamin B supplement, look for methylcobalamin (B12) and pyridoxal-5-phosphate (B6), on the label, as these are the active forms of these vitamins.

Female patients may experience increased ligament Laxity due to hormonal imbalances and the release of relaxins.

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