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Re: magnesium

Posted by Lamdage22 on May 11, 2021, at 3:07:41

In reply to Re: magnesium, posted by undopaminergic on May 10, 2021, at 10:09:19

Do you take any Vitamin D? It is good and it increases calcium absorbed from food. I take very little Calcium because if D levels are highish, usually calcium is higher, too.

> > Right. It is a good thing to supplement although the effect by itsself isn't huge.
> >
> > > i rersearched and found that magnesium reduces firing of glutamate. This is from a gov abstract : "The obtained data indicate that benzodiazepine receptors are involved in the anxiolytic-like effects of magnesium."
> > >
> > >,a%20guard%20at%20the%20gate.
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> >
> I took a lot of magnesium at one time, because I enjoyed the taste of the drinks from the effervescent tablets I bought cheap from Lidl. If I recall correctly, I started feeling weird, and maybe there was an odd taste. I clearly remember that I started feeling better again after a calcium effervescent tablet.
> I think with these minerals (including table salt and lithium), electrolyte balance is of key importance; hence, calcium might restore balance if magnesium levels are too high.
> -undopaminergic

Seroquel 700mg
Zyprexa 22.5mg
Trazodone 75mg
Venlafaxine 37.5mg
Metformin 2000mg
Lithium 225mg




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