Friday, January 11, 2013

Get your daily dose of magnesium

40% of people in the minus


I do not like nuts, unrefined grains, coffee, cocoa, tea, spinach and other green leafy vegetables, a daily dose of magnesium, refer to food supplements. However, the nature is always better.


Maintain a health balance daily intake of magnesium. This mineral is essential for the absorption of calcium and potassium, affects the hormonal picture, keeps nerve cells, preventing muscle weakness, palpitations and diarrhea, and relaxes the muscles and nerves.

However, the data indicate that 40 percent of the population, and as many as 85 percent of patients who have had a heart attack, suffers from a lack of magnesium.

Magnesium belongs to the 'essential minerals' and life is an important component of the body's cells. Principal role is activation of many enzymes involved in energy production of the body. It is especially important for heart function, muscle contraction and nervous system health. Magnesium is also involved in the mineralization of bone and is necessary for the health and vitality of the body.

Today's knowledge confirm beneficial role of magnesium in heart patients, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, diabetes, nervous tension, irritability and restlessness, headache and migraine prevention, pregnancy and breastfeeding, sleep disorders, sports, constipation (prison) and heartburn.

Every day we bring food 375 mg of magnesium because it is not produced in the body, and in today's diet, due to the high content of processed sugar, white bread, white flour, alcohol, etc.., Magnesium is increased 'consumed'. Therefore, magnesium deficiency is common in many people.

If you do not have enough

A lack of magnesium may result from the increased demand during growth and development, pregnancy or exposure to stress, but also because of vomiting, diarrhea or kidney disease. The reason may be inadequate intake, excessive sweating and gastrointestinal diseases. In addition, the loss of magnesium may be due to sports activities, and taking certain medications, particularly diuretics and laxatives.

Magnesium deficiency can be manifested by weakness and spasticity in the muscles, heart failure, nervous irritability, headache, migraine and pressure in the head. Lack of magnesium causes osteoporosis, kidney stones and hardening of the arteries, disorientation, loss of appetite, depression, muscle cramps, heart palpitations. Diuretics, some antibiotics, drugs for cancer and alcohol can lead to increased loss of magnesium through urine. Certain gastrointestinal disorders can create a magnesium deficiency preventing its absorption from food. Frequent vomiting and diarrhea can also cause a drain reserves of magnesium, as well as uncontrolled diabetes.

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