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... 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)
Breathless
Mar 3, 2007
... I was also worried about taking too much magnesium because I am really, really medication phobic. I take 500 mg a day and I've read for PMS you can take up to 1000 mg. I started with 250 mg. ... (15 replies)

... I know your health problems go beyond that, but every bit of improvement helps and can reduce anxiety also. Research is showing that in some cases, a lack of magnesium IS the cause of the heart problem, not merely a mineral that helps an already existing heart problem improve. ... (13 replies)
... I am so happy that you have found good results in Magnesium as well... I take 350mg a day, and I think I will stick to that for as long as it helps me... ... (6 replies)
... There's an excellent book called "The Miracle of Magnesium" by Carolyn Dean. Most tests for magnesium will show that you have sufficient amounts, but those test don't show the "active" amount in your system, which is usually deficient. ... (6 replies)
My Anxiety
May 17, 2014
... I would recommend you try a Magnesium supplement, 200mg Citrate form. You can find Magnesium Citrate in grocery stores or your local natural foods store. ... (4 replies)
... if cardio tests find everything normal, and they probably will, and you want to try some natural approaches, you might try magnesium supplement. ... (5 replies)
... I am glad that you stopped the medicines above, and decided to give magnesium a try. ... (16 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)
Breathless
Mar 23, 2007
... ng magnesium. I've had this breathless feeling for nearly 2 years now and thought it was all in my head until I read a few posts on here and started researching magnesium deficiency. I sigh and yawn a lot and feel like I can't take in a deep breath, just like you described you do. ... (15 replies)
Breathless
Mar 4, 2007
... Thank you for the information. I am looking into getting a supplement today. Can you tell me if it's magnesium oxide or magnesium glucomate that I'd be looking for? ... (15 replies)
... What magnesium are you using that doesn't give you diarrhea? ... (8 replies)
... Also, what type of magnesium do you take? ... (5 replies)
... I would recommend you look into buying a Magnesium Citrate supplement. ... (5 replies)
... thank you all for your questions and replies. I apologize for taking so long to reply. yes I am still taking magnesium glycinate about 600 mg a day now, less than before. ... (16 replies)
... I would certainly not take a med to 'adjust' these! If calcium doesn't go down, and you want it to, I would just take some magnesium. High calcium can mean low magnesium levels. ... (1 replies)
... Cathy and Jeany, Please let me tell you how bad I feel for the pain and suffering that you are going through. I would like to offer my input in hopes that it helps you a bit. I, like the two of you, suffer severe anxiety and panic attacks and are on beta blockers (Bystolic). Your description of what you are going through echoes in how I feel and what I am going through. My... (99 replies)
... I would keep seeking help until you find someone that will truly listen. Perhaps you have a severe magnesium deficiency? ... (6 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear this runs in your family. I hope you are doing well. I agree that there can be many causes of anxiety. Not just a nutrition deficiency. But when you say "you would not ask a schizophrenic or bipolar sufferer to take a vitamin to cure them." Actually, maybe you should. There are many other known nutritional cures for schizophrenia. And they should all... (16 replies)


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