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Magnesium 4/4 - Magnesium for healthy bones

In the previous chapter we talked a lot about the importance of calcium for strong bones. But calcium is not the only mineral that you need to make your bones are healthy - you also need to adequate amounts of magnesium. Magnesium makes the calcium concentration is constant, and makes you produce adequate vitamin D. The general rule is: you need two times more calcium than magnesium, to prevent osteoporosis (when bones become thin, brittle and fracture easily occurs.) Because women need more calcium later in life, they also need more magnesium. Some suggest that women between 25 and 50 years of age require 1000 mg of calcium daily and 500 mg of magnesium. If you were diagnosed with osteoporosis, magnesium supplements may be as important or more important than calcium supplements in slowing or reversing the loss of bone mass. Talk to your doctor before you start taking magnesium supplements.


Magnesium and Migraines

People who suffer from migraine headaches often have low concentration of magnesium. Does this mean that low concentrations of magnesium causes Migraines? Perhaps, but there is no certainty as to whether, and if so, we do not know why. If you have a migraine, try to take 500 mg of magnesium per day along with food products and supplements. This Day The dose may reduce the number of migraine attacks. It seems that as preventive measure works especially well for women who Migraine is a part of the menstrual cycle. A recent study showed that roughly half of the cases discontinued intravenous magnesium migraine headaches head. Unfortunately, if you already have a migraine, oral supplement adoption Magnesium does not have the same effect.

Other diseases in which magnesium may help

The assumption that magnesium helps in other diseases, raises many controversy. In two cases, there are strong indications that Magnesium is effective:

- Premenstrual syndrome. Some women swear that magnesium supplements reduce the symptoms of PMS premenstrual, especially breast tenderness, headache and irritability. If you have your symptoms of PMS premenstrual are very severe, take between 300 mg and 500 mg of magnesium per day for 1-2 weeks prior to bleeding. When bleeding accompanied by cramps, taken around the magnesium menstruation. Magnesium can help you even more when you In combination with pyridoxine (vitamin B6) - Prevention of nephrolithiasis. It seems that magnesium supplements prevent recurrence of kidney stones, which stones ingredient is calcium. All you need is a dose of magnesium is 100 to 300 mg per day. It will be even more effective when also accept 10 mg pyridoxine (vitamin B6). If you suffer from kidney stones, Talk to your doctor before you start to use magnesium supplements.

Make sure you remember! • Magnesium is a mineral needed for the proper conduct of the above 300 different processes in the body. • Recommended daily allowance (RDA) of magnesium for adults varies between 300 and 350 mg per day. Many researchers believe that it is too enough, and recommends consumption of 500 mg per day. • For foods high in magnesium include: nuts, beans, green leafy vegetables and chocolate. • Magnesium can prevent irregular heart beat and hypertension.

tbc ...

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