Neuromuscular health would mean a healthy nervous system, muscular system, and the junction.
There are no specific supplements.
You need nutrient dense food.
Supplements are isolates and taking them out of food often causes long term harm.
With a couple of exceptions.
If your doctor will order a magnesium, if it is bellow 2.5 you need to supplement for a while.
Vitamin D. IF this is below 40 most doctor that are knowledgeable about this will supplement.
Thyroid function should be checked.
Also: routine labs.
CPK to look for muscle problems.
ANA to look for autoimmune problems. OK, so you might have more questions or want to give me more information:
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