Go Mag Issue 68 | Digital Version

6 Headaches: There is some evidence that magnesium deficiency may play a part in the

Go Vita loves … the new ways we can take and use magnesium, including topical sprays and creams for muscle cramps and insomnia, and easy-to- take powders and chewable tablets.

development of chronic headaches. Migraine has also been related to low magnesium levels and magnesium deficiency. Taking a supplement may help to prevent headaches and may be of particular benefit for women who suffer from premenstrual migraines. 7 Osteoporosis: Magnesium is an important mineral for bone health because it facilitates the incorporation of calcium into bone; it is also

10 Menstrual Pain: Natural health practitioners consistently recommend that calcium and magnesium should be taken daily to help prevent and alleviate menstrual pain and cramping. During the period itself, taking a high-

associated with higher bone mass. 8 Chronic fatigue syndrome:

There is some evidence that patients with chronic fatigue symptoms will often have low levels of magnesium, and taking a supplement may improve energy and mood. 9 ADHD: There is good evidence that many children do

dosage supplement of both these minerals often helps to ease symptoms.

not receive adequate amounts of key nutrients in their diets, including magnesium, which is required for brain function and is known to affect mood. Studies show that some children with ADHD have low levels of magnesium, as well as B-group vitamins.

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ISSUE 68 • 2023

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