5 Warning Signs Of Magnesium Deficiency That You Should Not Ignore!

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Magnesium is a very important macro mineral that does a number of important functions in the body. It is responsible for the regulation of enzyme reactions (including the reactions that create RDN and DNA), the transfer of essential ions across the cell membranes; they help the production of ATP and a lot more. All of the major organs in the body need magnesium to function properly and without it they would be out of control.

However, the average person has a lack of it. As reported by the American Chiropractic Society, an estimated 68 to 80 percent of the American population suffers from magnesium deficiency. If this problem is not treated, it can contribute to the development of some serious medical conditions such as type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. That is why it is important to be able to recognize the warning signs of magnesium deficiency.

In this article we are going to show you 5 warning signs of magnesium deficiency, They are not the ones, but they are the most common ones. If your regularly suffer from these problems, you should take magnesium supplement (and more foods rich in magnesium, such as leafy green vegetables and nuts).

1. Muscle cramping and twitching
Magnesium is present in sleep supplements and it used to ease women in labor for a good reason – it lets the muscles unwind. When there is a deficiency, muscle-related problems start to appear, such as twitching, cramping and facial tics. In most extreme cases, the twitching and cramping can contribute to chronic insomnia.

2. Abnormal heart contractions
Magnesium deficiency can also negatively affect the heart muscles. One study publsihed in a German journal shows that magnesium helps the maintenance of the regular muscle contractions in the heart. When there is a lack of it, we begin to have heart arrhythmia (irregular heartbeats), which increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes.

3. Depression and low moods
In the past, doctors often recommended magnesium supplements to patients that suffered from anxiety. Today, the connection between magnesium deficiency and low moods has been kind of forgotten, even though many studies reinforce it.
For example, one review published in the journal Medicinal Reports in 2013 concluded that magnesium supplements effectively controlled anxiety.

4. Ringing in the ears
This is a very unpleasant condition that is manifested by a constant ringing or booming experience in the ears. This condition is sometimes caused by infection, but it can also be caused by uncontrolled production of glutamate, which is an essential neurotransmitter that magnesium regulates. This means that this condition can also be caused by magnesium deficiency.

5. Kidney stones
Most people think that kidney stones are caused by an excess of calcium. However, one ongoing study shows that magnesium deficiency plays an equal role in the formation of kidney stones and that the consumption of magnesium supplements can help treat them.

For example, one study published in The Journal of Urology showed that patients that were treated with magnesium hydroxide had decreased recurrence rates of renal calcium stones. That is why if you suffer from kidney stones, you should increase the consumption of magnesium.


Source: dailyhealthpost.com
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