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Magnesium for Anxiety

Magnesium is an important nutrient responsible for making sure the bodies enzymes are function properly.

Deficiency can result in physical symptoms such as anxiety, migraines, leg cramps, low potassium, heart palpitations, nervousness and weakness.

Deficiency is not uncommon for people who suffer chronic stress and anxiety. If you think you are experiencing low magnesium levels, a supplement may help you feel better. You can verify deficiency through a simple blood test.

Educate yourself!

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Widespread Deficiency with Deadly Consequences By David Nayor

Recommended Supplements

Magnesium is a common supplement and can also be found in the vitamin section of your local department store. However, not all magnesium supplements are created equal. The most common forms of magnesium that is found at your local store is typically Magnesium Oxide or Magnesium Citrate. In many people, these forms of magnesium cause abdominal discomfort, even diarrheah and are intolerable. However, there are other forms of magnesium that do not cause side effects and you will find them either online or through your local health food store. They are Magnesium Malate (which is typically recommended for those with Fibromyalgia) and Magnesium Glycinate. It may take some time for you to find the right form of magnesium for you.

I use  KAL - Magnesium Glycinate 400, 180 tablets and I do not experience any unwanted side effects.

Recommended Reading

The Magnesium Miracle (Revised and Updated Edition)  By Caroyn Dean MD., ND.

Return from Magnesium to Natural Stress Relief

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