Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for July 06, 2006


Magnesium for Nerves

Magnesium has a calming effect on the nervous system. With this, it is frequently used to promote good sleep. But more importantly it can be used to calm irritated and over-excited nerves. This is especially useful with epileptic seizures, convulsions in pregnant women and the `shakes’ in alcoholism. Magnesium levels are generally low in alcoholics, contributing or causing many of their health problems. If magnesium levels are low, the nerves lose control over muscle activity, respiration and mental processes. Nervous fatigue, tics and twitches, tremors, irritability, hypersensitivity, muscle spasms, restlessness, anxiety, confusion, disorientation and irregular heartbeat all respond to increased magnesium levels. A common phenomenon of magnesium deficiency is a sharp muscle reaction to an unexpected loud noise. In most cases magnesium works best in combination with vitamin B6 and zinc.

Magnesium chloride can be beneficial in a wide range of diseases. These included diseases of the digestive tract such as colitis and gall bladder problems, Parkinson’s disease, tremors and muscle cramps; acne, eczema, psoriasis, warts and itching skin; impotence, prostatic hypertrophy, cerebral and circulatory problems; asthma, hay fever, urticaria and anaphylactic reactions. Hair and nails became stronger and healthier and patients had more energy.

Importance of Enzymes

Enzymes are substances that make life possible. They are needed for every chemical reaction that takes place in the body.  No vitamin, mineral or hormone can do any work without enzymes.  The metabolic enzymes run all of our organs, tissues and cells. They build our body from proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.  You may have all the raw materials to build the above, but without enzymes you cannot even begin.

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July 6, 2006 - Posted by | Health | , ,

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