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... For someone who suffers from slight social anxiety.. when the best time to take calcium and magnesium supplements? ... (1 replies)
... nt through a lot. I dealt with a lot of losses too but I would get cry, kind of sick, anxiety, lose weight but in a few days I would be back to normal. I would, at least, know what caused it. It isn't like that anymore tho. I started getting this jittiery feeling for no cause or reason. ... (27 replies)
... I also take Magnesium at night. ... (11 replies)

... ng! Either it's working like she said it would or its a coincidence and I would have started to sleep better right now anyway. I'm not sure, but I'll continue to take it. It takes a few nights in a row of taking it before you notice any effects. You take one an hour before bedtime and then take one when you lay down. ... (7 replies)
... When do you take magnesium? ... (13 replies)
... m in the Air Force, im currently stationed in Korea as a job is very stressful and not at all fun or rewarding, and it also has nothing to do with my overwelming crazy fearful i thought my marraige and my two kids were... ... (10 replies)
... to where I had to take it again to regain some normality. ... (99 replies)
... heavy palpitation at night..body pulsates to heart beat. ... (43 replies)
... unbearable actually. I was also having dry eyes. At that time, I thought it was a result of my eyes but several docs said it was something separate. My doc put me on Wellbutrin which I hated. ... (4 replies)
... I take magnesium citrate (300mg at night) and that seems to be helping just fine. I also have magnesium aspartate (with potassium aspartate) and that helps with anxiety induced muscular fatigue. It is nothing very noticeable but nonetheless it takes away a bit of that anxiety fatigue... (4 replies)
SSRI's Fail
Apr 12, 2011
... Dont be scared. Maybe its time to take a different path now. There are integrated doctors, even alternative doctors who actually specialize in stress and fatigue. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 45 and about 2 years ago I started having panic attacks and anxiety for no apparent reason at all. After many tests, my doctor checked my hormones and believes I'm in perimenopause. It may be worth looking into, as well as your thyroid. ... (7 replies)
... Hey all, I'm sorry you are going through this side effect. I don't know how long it will last. I on the other hand sleep quite well on the stuff. I take mine at night a few hours before bed. It is a really good one for me my advice it to keep at it for a couple of months and if it is still happening look for something else. ... (2 replies)
... you can find out online. I remember my mom being told by a doctor to take something at night to help with cramping legs.... ... (4 replies)
... ium.The Citrate is easier to absorb into the body..with less side effects.As for the B vitamins..yes they do make you a little queezy..but so do my meds.I always take them with food to avoid any upset.I usually take my magnesium one in the morning and one at night.The B vitamin I take with my supper. ... (5 replies)
HVS and anxiety
Mar 15, 2003
... knowing full well you can't take it on a daily basis because it's addictive. I was just reading to today about how some DR's treat patients like they're nutty when they can't find disease. ... (8 replies)
... Some doctors are willing to prescribe medication like candy, and this isn't always beneficial. You can take charge of your body and you can beat this stress and anxiety the natural route. ... (5 replies)
... palpitations less severe and less often. I did notice a big difference once I started taking it. I take the magnesium pill right before I go to bed. It took about one to two weeks of taking magnesium supplements to notice a difference. ... (43 replies)
... For me, anxiety started about a decade ago when working in a high stress giant software company up in Washington state. At the time I was also on my way to becoming a full fledge alcoholic. I noticed anxiety coming on when important meetings were looming that I had to speak in. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, just wanting some feedback on what I purchased at our health food store last night. ... (6 replies)

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