Solaray Magnesium 200mg
For Bone, Protein, and Fatty Acid Formation!
For Bone, Protein, and Fatty Acid Formation!What does it do? Magnesium is needed for bone, protein, and fatty acid formation, making new cells, activating B vitamins, relaxing muscles, clotting blood, and forming ATP-the energy the body runs on. Insulin secretion and function also require magnesium.
Magnesium also acts in a way related to calcium channel blocker drugs. This effect may be responsible for the fact that under certain circumstances, magnesium has been found to potentially improve vision in people with glaucoma in preliminary research. Similarly, this action might account for magnesium's ability to lower blood pressure.
Because magnesium has so many different actions in the body, the exact reasons for some of its clinical effects are difficult to determine. For example, magnesium has reduced hyperactivity in children in preliminary research. Other research suggests that some children with ADD have lowered levels of magnesium. In a preliminary but controlled trial, 50 ADD children with low magnesium (as determined by red blood cell, hair, and serum levels of magnesium) were given 200 mg of magnesium per day for six months. Compared with 25 other magnesium-deficient ADD children, those given magnesium supplementation had a significant decrease in hyperactive behavior.
Magnesium is needed for bone, protein, and fatty acid formation, making new cells, activating B vitamins, relaxing muscles, clotting blood, and forming ATP-the energy the body runs on.
Magnesium levels have been reported to be low in those with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), while magnesium injections have been reported to improve symptoms. Oral magnesium supplementation has also improved symptoms in those people with CFS who had low magnesium levels in another report, although magnesium injections were sometimes necessary. However, other research reports no evidence of magnesium deficiency in people with CFS. The reason for this discrepancy remains unclear. People with CFS considering magnesium supplementation should have their magnesium status checked beforehand by a nutritionally oriented doctor. Only people with magnesium deficiency appear to benefit from this therapy.
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