Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for June 25, 2006


Magnesium

Deficiency Symptoms

Because magnesium plays such a wide variety of roles in the body, the symptoms of magnesium deficiency can also vary widely. Many symptoms involve changes in nerve and muscle function. These changes include muscle weakness, tremor, and spasm. In the heart muscle, magnesium deficiency can result in arrhythmia, irregular contraction, and increased heart rate.

Because of its role in bone structure, the softening and weakening of bone can also be a symptom of magnesium deficiency. Other symptoms can include: imbalanced blood sugar levels; headaches; elevated blood pressure; elevated fats in the bloodstream; depression; seizures; nausea; vomiting; and lack of appetite.

Great… seems like a lot of vitamin deficiencies can cause a tremor. Could this be why the vibration is still around despite by high dosage of B complex vitamins and now the use of Benfotiamine?

A food source high in magnesium? Tuna!

The importance of Minerals

According to the U.S. Department of Health in 1982, America was known to be one of the sickest of 100 civilized nations on earth. America ranked 95th in relation to chronic and degenerative diseases; only 5 countries were worse off than America!  In 1987, it was revealed that America had dropped to the bottom of the list – number 100.

It has been recorded that 40% of the people who say they feel good actually suffer from a chronic disease. It is a well-known governmental fact that more than 99% of Americans are deficient in minerals that are required for the maintenance of a healthy body.  Why are minerals so important to good health? All nutritional elements such as enzymes, vitamins, amino acids, proteins, fats, sugars,  carbohydrates, etc., as well as all body functions, are dependent upon minerals.

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June 25, 2006 - Posted by | Health | , , , ,

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