A 2014 study reported that lower intake of magnesium among those with MS was associated with higher fatigue scores on the Modified Fatigue Impact Scale (MFIS).
A 2019 study reported 'better ambulation, daily function, and QOL with increased intake of magnesium in people with mild-to-moderate MS'. Ambulation is the ability to walk without the need for any kind of assistance.
A 2021 study reported that higher magnesium intake was associated with higher quality of life among those with MS.
A 2018 study reviewed all of the existing data on diet and MS fatigue and reported that: 'Two studies supplying an adequate amount of magnesium with the intervention diet reported relevant improvements in fatigue scores.