Friday, January 22, 2010

The use of Magnesium

1. Relaxes the muscles, including the heart;
2. Works in concert with enzymes to carry out metabolic functions, including protein synthesis, energy production and neuromuscular function;
3. Used for anxiety,
4. high blood pressure,
5. poor sleep,
6. asthma attacks,
7. menstrual and muscle cramps/weakness
8. abnormal heartbeats.
9. Tinnitus- Magnesium also protects the nerves in the inner ear and is a powerful glutamate inhibitor. Glutamate is a neurotransmitter, produced by the action of sound waves on the hair cells of the inner ear. The unregulated production of glutamate at sound frequencies for which there is no external stimulation is the cause of tinnitus.
10.Preventing noise-induced hearing loss
11.Migraines and other types of headache
12.Mitral valve prolapse
13.Fibromyalgia
14.Vertigo
15.cardiovascular disease, kidney and liver damage.
16.peroxynitrite damage (migraine, multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, Alzheimer's disease, etc.),
17.Recurrent bacterial infection due to low levels of nitric oxide in the cavities (sinuses, vagina, middle ear, lungs, throat, etc.),
18.Fungal infections due to a depressed immune system,
19.Thiamine deactivation (low gastric acid, behavioral disorders, etc.), 20.Premenstrual syndrome,
21.Ca deficiency (osteoporosis, hypertension, mood swings, etc.),
22.Diabetes type II,
23.Impotence (lack of NO),
24.Aggression (lack of NO),
25.Fibromas,
26.Vit K deficiency (arrhythmia, hypertension, some forms of cancer),
27.Fe accumulation, etc
28.aggressive behaviour, depression or suicide
29.# Aggressive Behavior
# Alcoholism
# amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
# Arrhythmia
# Asthma
# Attention Deficit Disorder
# Cancer
# Cerebral Palsy
# Cerebrovascular
# Chronic Fatigue
# Cluster Headaches
# Constipation
# Diabetes
# Fibromyalgia
# Fluoride Toxicity
# Head Injuries
# Heart-Related Conditions
# HIV
# Hypertension
# Kidney Stones
# Magnesium Deficiency
# Migraine
# Multiple Sclerosis
# Osteoporosis
# Pregnancy-related problems
# Premenstrual Syndrome
# Psychiatric Disorders
# Rheumatoid Arthritis
# Sickle Cell Disease
# Sports-related problems
# Stress
# Toxic Shock

Drugs that cause loss of body magnesium:

* Alcohol
* Alcohol-withdrawal-stress
* Cocaine
* Beta-adrenergic agonists (for asthma)
* Corticosteroids (CS) (for asthma)
* Theophylline (for asthma)
* Diuretics
* Thiazide
* Caffeine.
* Phosphates (found in cola drinks)
* Nicotine

Other Causes of Loss of Mg:

* Physical or mental stress
* Dietary fat
* Dietary fiber
* Dietary Calcium
* Deficiencies of copper, boron, or Vitamin B-6.

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