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... Magnesium is not a pill but a vitamin that comes naturally in food. It's not really something you can over dose on, and you will get signs that you are taking too much, such as runny stools. Don't fret about taking mag... it's very safe and might be one of the best things you do :) (6 replies)
... Read the posts about the benefit of taking to hear from you, any side effects? Thanks so much.. (6 replies)
... Hmmm, I am curious about the magnesium question. I was told it was good for anxiety and my other half started on it for muscle support and anxiety. ... (1 replies)

... and if it helped or not.. i may try that... and if it doesn't work i might try paxil cr again... seemed to help a little... thanks guys.. also... some type of magnesium are supposed to worsen anxiety and some are supposed to helpl it.. anyone know that types they are? ... (1 replies)
... I read on several websites today that it is known that extra Magnesium supplements each day help reduce anxiety in anxiety disorders. ... (18 replies)
... or would benefit from taking a magnesium supplement as well as an Omega 3 supplement such as fish oil. Magnesium deficiency does cause quite a few of the symptoms you've described. ... (1 replies)
Mar 4, 2007
... Well, I did do some internet research on magnesium deficiency, and it sounds like I do have some of the symptoms of it.. ... (15 replies)
... Hi Veganway, I am new here, but found your post through a google search, so decided to join. I am also on Magnesium Glycinate and B6, but have now found that adding Taurine may be helpful for anxiety & depression. It seems by your post you & I have read the same kind of stuff/research etc. Just wondering what dosage of the Taurine you are on?? (it seems only 500mg... (16 replies)
... may be deficient in magnesium because today's soils are depleted of magnesium. The fertilizers that farmers use to replenish the soil do not routinely contain magnesium. ... (13 replies)
... A lot of people are showing good results taking magnesium on a daily basis for irregular heart beats, rapid heart rate, and other heart problems. ... (4 replies)
... b6 it will work best.All the other forms of magnesium are poorly absorbed by the body ,magnesium glycinate is the best form. i tried it, it works ,give it about a week or two. ... (16 replies)
Meniere's Disease
Mar 30, 2003
... You can take up to 1000 mg of magnesium if you want. If you take magnesium citrate or magnesium chloride, you might get some loose stools at that dosage, so instead you might want to try chelated magnesium. ... (4 replies)
Leg Weakness
Jun 30, 2013
... I recommend that you talk to your doctor about taking a magnesium malate supplement. Magnesium is very good for these sort of things. I have personal experience with this. ... (2 replies)
Disabling Anxiety
Apr 22, 2012
... depression. Also, try magnesium glycinate. Magnesium can help a lot with your situation. There are many kinds of magnesium, but I recommend the above or magnesium taurate. ... (2 replies)
... Steve: Thanks so much for the advice. I had heard it before and never did much with it. I started getting anxiety attacks 3.5 years ago right after when my father passed in my house and I found him :( I tried all medications and therapies and learned to control the attacks but still to date I get so anxious and stressed out so from time to time I take Xanax or Ativan and... (6 replies)
... OK, did you all know that the lack of MAGNESIUM is proven to be the problem in most of "our" problems. ... (11 replies)
... s my body adjusting to being without the BB. As for the magnesium, I found that most magnesiums work well except for magnesium oxide. It seems like magnesium oxide is not absorbed as well by the body as other magnesiums. ... (99 replies)
My anxiety is back
Mar 20, 2012
... Everything you mention is a side effect of magnesium deficiency. If you get leg or calf cramps that's another indicator. One of the most assimilable forms is magnesium citrate. If you're not already supplementing magnesium that's the first step I'd take. I'd start at 500 mg daily. ... (4 replies)
... Possibly magnesium taurate or magnesium glycinate with taurine could help you. ... (7 replies)
... I take 600mg chelated magnesium glycinate and use natural progesterone cream and it has done wonders for me. ... (6 replies)

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