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... what neurological symptoms can result from low electrolytes? ... (0 replies)
... It could easily be low magnesium. Look up low magnesium and restless legs. You need to have an intracellular magnesium test for this. ... (4 replies)
... Well if this was caused by low potassium levels then your heart would be faltering out so it appears that a possible neuro problem is at hand so you may want to schedual an appointment with a neurologist to examine your entire nervous system.... (4 replies)

... sic panel done. This test will show if anything like my calcium, potassium, sodium, etc is abnormal or not. I have a feeling that is may be caused by one of my electrolytes being out of whack. I was just wondering if anyone on this board may know what could be causing this to happen. ... (4 replies)
... Magnesium should not deplete calcium. It should help assilimate calcium. You need to check the amount of elemental magnesium, instead of just the mg of magnesium. MagOx has one of the highest amounts of elemental magnesium. It is not prescription, but you have to ask for it behind the prescription counter. (4 replies)
... I've also read that an iron deficiency can cause this. I second the magnesium though. I had restless legs and went on a Cal/Mag blend. One each before bed cured the twitching. Be sure to get the calcium blend. Pure magnesium depletes calcium. (4 replies)




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