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... mg, even though more than that is still ok. Most farming soils are depleted of magnesium and who knows what else, so supplementation is a good idea. Magnesium can not only help with heart issues, but in some cases, a deficiency in magnesium actually IS the reason for the heart issue occurring in the first place. ... (13 replies)
... t know if it is from the magnesium, sleeping wrong, the start of the flu, anxiety or something else. ... (13 replies)
... Just like there's no miracle drug, there's no miracle supplement. Some things may help you but there is no single vitamin or supplement that is guaranteed to help. ... (15 replies)

... twice a day, and I take my magnesium and other vitamins along with the betas with no problem. My doc even said it wasn't a problem. ... (13 replies)
... I would look into a Benzodiazapene. Xanax, klonopin, or Valium. These drugs work specifically on the anxiety causeing portion of your brain unlike the SSRI's I am sure you have tried. ... (13 replies)
... If you drink caffeinated beverages, you could try cutting back. Caffeine is a nervous system stimulant. Also, you could try Magnesium Glycinate. Magnesium can really help with anxiety, but there are many kinds of magnesium. I personally like the above. ... (10 replies)
... I had panic attacks and anxiety also for about a year. ... (4 replies)
... Hope you are well as can be..... ... (4 replies)
... Ok, I'm thinking of taking supplements like magnesium for stress, CO Q10 for heart health, Flax for better Omega 3. ... (0 replies)
... Hi if nutrients such as potassium, magnesium and salt are lost through vomiting and diarrhea these problems could affect muscles. Yes an electrolyte imbalance can cause tremors, difficulty breathing, heart irregularities and probably even some chemical imbalance as a result that may cause anxiety in my opinion. ... (5 replies)
... get help from it? ... (0 replies)
... fears for the same reason as you, my father had a triple bypass and ever since I've been plagued by heart related fears. Some cognitive behaviour therapy might help you. Keep as fit as you can. Try and manage your stress. I take aspirin every day and I also take magnesium which is good for the heart. ... (12 replies)
... The internet can be very dangerous, you will get all kinds of information and start to diagnose your condition, DON'T. Even if you have the symtoms, it does not mean anything. ... (4 replies)
... and this out of control feeling is what is easily the worst part for many. However, there is nothing to fear about this "out of control" feeling, even though it can be very unsettling to say the least. Of course, this out of control feeling and other symptoms do tend to scare us even more, thus the panic escalates. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Curious, I go back to the neuro next week (12th). The last couple of days my inner vibrations have been very noticeable...don't know why some days they're worse. By the way, have you considered fibromyalgia as the cause for your tinglings/twitches. My neuro is the one that suggested that I might have that. Check out the message board for fibro...you will find people with... (12 replies)
... I started to feel anxiety, panic attacks and depression. It was weird that a medicine that is prescribed for anxiety would give me anxiety. ... (99 replies)
... s while coming off of beta blockers improves your chances and it has for me. I try not to take the Xanax but when I am at my worst I take a pill and it calms my anxiety and also lowers my blood pressure. ... (99 replies)
... I agree that there can be many causes of anxiety. Not just a nutrition deficiency. ... (16 replies)
... cvoor, The book, "Miracle Of Magnesium" says that depression and anxiety are helped by magnesium. Serotonin, which elevates mood, is dependent on magnesium. Magnesium also helps keep adrenal stress hormones under control. It also helps prevent or lessen rapid heart rate, palpitations, etc... ... (3 replies)
... tilly, Many have what is known as "anticipatory anxiety and panic". ... (10 replies)




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