22 Subtle Warning Signs That Your Magnesium Levels are Dangerously Low

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As most of you probably know, magnesium is one of the most important minerals in the human body. It plays numerous roles in major organs in the body including the kidneys and heart and performs over 300 important functions. Lack of magnesium can be quite a big problem which manifests through fatigue, weakness, abnormal heart rhythm, eye twitches, muscle spasms and other problems.

Magnesium deficiency is diagnosed via blood tests, but with only 1% of the mineral distributed through the blood, magnesium blood tests are not so accurate. Most of the mineral is present in our organs and bones where it performs numerous biological functions. However, it’s quite possible to be deficient in magnesium without being aware of it, which is why lack of magnesium is known as the “invisible deficiency”.

According to estimates, 80% of the American population is not getting enough magnesium, with only 25% of American adults getting the RDA of 400-420 mg. for men and 310-320 mg. for women. Even worse, consuming this amount is just enough to correct the lack of the mineral, not raise its levels like it should.

Lack Of Magnesium Can Cause 22 Medical Conditions!


Although people consider it a mineral for our heart and bones, magnesium is much more than that. Studies have found that there are nearly 4000 magnesium-binding sites in human proteins, so the mineral’s health value may have been miscalculated. Magnesium is important for over 300 enzymes in our body and can easily detoxify it, preventing potential damage from heavy metals, chemicals and toxins.

Magnesium is also important for the proper function of our muscles, joints and bones, assists in the digestion of proteins, fats and carbs, helps the body create energy, serves as a building block for RNA and DNA and acts as a precursor to serotonin.

Many experts have studied magnesium in the past decade. In her latest book The Magnesium Miracle, Dr. Carolyn Dean concludes that magnesium can trigger more than 20 medical conditions and all of this has been scientifically proven.

Lack of the mineral in your body can lead to:

  • anxiety
  • bowel problems
  • asthma
  • blood clots
  • depression
  • heart disease
  • high blood pressure
  • kidney disease
  • hypoglycemia
  • liver disease
  • nerve problems
  • tooth decay

The earliest signs of magnesium deficiency include headaches, nausea, weakness, fatigue and loss of appetite. Numbness and tingling, muscle cramps, personality changes, seizures, arrhythmia and coronary spasms can also appear as symptoms of magnesium deficiency.


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