Do You Have a Healthy Magnesium Level?
The amount of Magnesium required daily by the body is greater than most people think. Most of us don’t get enough Magnesium from the food we eat. Cellular Magnesium deficiency can be caused by a number of stresses on the body, including—but not limited to—lack of adequate dietary Magnesium, emotional, mental and environmental stress, some drugs (diuretics, antibiotics, oral contraceptives, insulin, cortisone), heavy exercise, alcohol, caffeine, diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders and too much calcium in the diet.
Symptoms of magnesium deficiency
Millions of people currently suffer daily from symptoms that result from a lack of magnesium. Magnesium is a mineral that currently resides inside our cells and very little is in our blood stream. Symptoms of low levels of Magnesium in the cells include; Stress • Fatigue and Low Energy • Inability to Sleep • Muscle Tension, Spasms and Cramps • Anxiousness and Nervousness • Irritability • Headaches • Weakness • PMS and Hormonal Imbalances • Weakening Bones • Abnormal Heart Rhythm • Constipation