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10 signs and factors that you maybe Magnesium Deficient?

Magnesium is one of the most common deficiencies I have seen in clinic.Magnesium is an essential dietary nutrient found in green leafy vegetables, whole grains and nuts and seeds though intakes have been declining due to modern farming and food processing and most people are not getting enough in their diet. Furthermore, physical and mental stress such as work, emotional or long hours of studying can increase magnesium loss.

* anxiety, irritability and depression High stress levels increase magnesium requirements. Magnesium is excreted from the body during times of stress.

* poor concentration and memory

* low energy and adrenal exhaustion otherwise known as burn out.

* insomnia

* depression, studies have linked magnesium deficiency to depression and magnesium has been found to be effective in treating depression.

* alcohol consumption, recreational and pharmaceutical drugs. Notably the oral contraceptive pill. Also blood levels of magnesium deplete after anaesthetic administration during surgery and after morphine use. Patients often report feeling low after surgery and this is likely to be due to magnesium deficiency.

* regular exercise both aerobic and resistance training significantly increase the bodies magnesium requirements

* muscular cramps are a sign of extreme magnesium deficiency

* menstrual cramps

* a diet deficient in green vegetables, whole grains and nuts and seeds

* headaches and migraines

* blood sugar issues, craving sugar, mid afternoon energy slump.


Our profession quality recommended supplement is bioceuticals ultramuscleeze or our dr vera pure innovation magnesium citrate tablets. This supplement is designed to absorb quickly in the body and most of my clients report an improvement within a couple of days of taking it.

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