Epsom Salt and Insulin effectiveness?

I read today that Epsom Salt (BATHING in it not drinking / eating it) makes insulin more effective.

Epsom Salt (which is not actually salt but a naturally occurring pure mineral compound of magnesium and sulfate) is readily absorbed through the skin. “Proper magnesium and sulfate levels increase the effectiveness of insulin in the body”.

The article also speculated that it may aid neuropathy as it can help regulate electrolytes in your body, ensuring proper functioning of the muscles, nerves and enzymes. Magnesium is also known to be critical in the proper use of calcium, which serves as a main conductor of the electric impulses in your body.

Have any of you heard this before or have any experience with this?

I’ve actually never read anything about it, it seems to be an interesting article, but I can tell you about my own personal experience.
I’ve had a few ‘baths’ with Epsom salt and for me, during the following week, I had to low my insulin intake (both Levemir and Humalog) because of hypoglicemia. I have an insulin pum for two months and I haven’t tried it since then.
I though this was because of the extreme relaxation you can achieve. In fact, these ‘baths’ also made me sleep better, improved my concentration and lowered my anxiety.
In general, I think that relaxing activities such improve your glicemic control, at least it wors for me.
Anyway, it’s a personal experience.
Hope I can help!!