For some time now I have been struggling with these vague complaints such as not being able to fall asleep, stiff neck, cramps and dizziness. Also very recognizable, such a small vibration in your eyelid that suddenly plays up and takes you out of concentration.
Never thought there’d be a connection, yet I found it. I appeared to have a magnesium deficiency. For me the following questions: how do I get rid of it and how do I get rid of it? First I want to find out why it is that a lot of people get a magnesium deficiency.
Causes of a magnesium deficiency
There are a number of causes for magnesium deficiency. I describe three of them.
The mineral magnesium is found in many foodstuffs, but agriculture and the fertilizers used here extract a lot of magnesium from our soil. Unfortunately, this means that the products contain less magnesium than we would normally consume from food.
In addition, stress has a considerable influence on whether or not magnesium is absorbed. It causes you to take a lot of magnesium out of your body. This can be stress in all shapes and sizes, also the daily intensive exercise or heavy work can give your body such stress that the magnesium intake is less.
You get a contaminated intestine from bad food and little exercise. The intestine has difficulty in absorbing good nutrients, as well as magnesium. This often involves irregular bowel movements so that the body does not know when to store or when to repel. This disrupts the absorption of magnesium.
Recognize the symptoms
There are many signals that you might notice that your magnesium deficiency. However, it’s not the case that by definition it can be linked to specific symptoms. The chance is present when you recognize the following symptoms:
Eyelid vibrations, anxieties, waking up scared because you think you are falling, headaches, lethargy, back pain fatigue, tinnitus, spastic bowel, hyperventilation, muscle stalls, migraines, phobias, nervousness, irritability, cardiac arrhythmia, palpitations, stomach cramps, stiff muscles, signs of exhaustion, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, allergies, regular hiccups, difficulty in understanding words, dizziness, high or low blood pressure, constipation, restless legs.
How do I get my magnesium levels up to standard?
The recommended daily amount of magnesium set by the Dutch Health Council is between 250 and 350 milligrams per day for women and between 300 and 350 milligrams for men. You can bring this up to standard by paying attention to your diet and/or by supplementing it with good supplements.
Highly recommended is seaweed kelp. 1 teaspoon ordered about 30 mg of magnesium and that is quite a lot. Glute-free kelpnoodles are easy to prepare and are rich in magnesium. Other good magnesium sources are seeds, seeds, nuts, beans, figs, plums, mackerel, avocado and green vegetables and soy products. Sufficient sources.
Testing for deficiency
If you recognize symptoms, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a magnesium deficiency. To be sure, you can also have it tested by means of bio resonance. Check out Google for more information. Or go to your doctor for a blood test on blood value and cell value.