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32 Signs You Immediately Need More Magnesium (And How To Get It)


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We’ve tried writing about magnesium deficiency previously, and the many ways it may negatively affect your life, but until you see the variety of ways it can damper your quality of life, it’s hard to appreciate just how big a problem it truly is.

Fortunately, we’re here to help. Consider this list of 32 main signs you may have a magnesium deficiency:

Anxiety
Asthma
Blood clots
Bowel disease
Calcium deficiency
Confusion
Constipation
Cystitis
Depression
Difficulty swallowing
Dizziness
Fatigue
Fertility or childbearing issues
High blood pressure
Heart issues
Hypertension
Hypoglycemia
Insomnia
Liver and kidney disease
Memory loss
Migraines
Muscle cramps
Nausea
Osteoporosis
Personality changes, which may also manifest as anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders
Potassium deficiency, which may manifest as extreme thirst, fluid retention, and irritability
Raynaud’s syndrome
Respiratory difficulties
Seizures
Tooth decay
Tremors
Type II diabetes

So how do we address our magnesium deficiency? Among other things, supplements and changes to our diets. Green, leafy vegetables are a good place to start, and we also like this [link] magnesium body scrub, which is also a great sleep aid.

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