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There is now a test named Exatest . With this test, magnesium levels are not determined through blood or blood serum. It is a noninvasive procedure that determines magnesium levels in the soft tissue, which is where 99% of magnesium is found.
The problem with this test is the price. At this time, it’s too costly for most people. Therefore, the best remedy at this time is to be proactive by taking the recommended daily dosage of magnesium, which we’ll discuss later.
In spite of this, a deficiency in this mineral may be the basis of more diseases than any other nutrient. Magnesium is the most critical mineral required for the electrical stability of every single cell in our bodies. Are you beginning to grasp the importance of this mineral?
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Norman Shealy, symptoms can be subtle initially. Most of the magnesium is stored in our tissue, twitching and itching is frequently a first symptom. Additionally, nausea, vomiting, and fatigue are symptoms that are commonly in the early stages of deficiency.
As the deficiency continues to worsen, you may notice tingling, numbness, a change in personality, seizures, abnormal heart rhythms, coronary spasms, or increased fatigue.
Also according to Dr. Sidney Baker , a magnesium deficiency can affect skeletal muscles, which can initiate symptoms such as neck pain, cramps, muscle tension and soreness, backaches, and headaches.
Other indications are tightness in the chest feeling as if you are unable to take a deep breath. Additionally, you may not be able to stop sighing. So if you’re in a conversation and the other person keeps sighing, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you are boring him or her. That person could have a magnesium deficiency.
The symptom of muscle contractions can in turn instigate problems such as menstrual cramps, urinary spasms, or constipation. Other symptoms can occur for example, feeling like you have a lump (my mother called it a frog) in your throat and you have difficulty swallowing. Some other usual indicators could be sensitivity to loud noises, which is brought on by muscle tension in your ear and difficulty adapting to approaching bright
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