Magnesium plays a main role in about every bodily process, from the synthesis of DNA to the metabolism of insulin. Low levels of this crucial mineral (Magnesium) is known in research circles as the silent epidemic of our times, Magnesium deficiency is a widespread problem and some estimates suggest that over 90% of us are deficient. the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) of 2005–2006 found that the majority of people in the United States were not getting enough magnesium in their diet. However, the body can retain good levels of magnesium, so it is quite rare for a person to experience deficiency symptoms. Certain factors can, however, you still should consider getting your magnesium level checked if you suffer the following 12 symptoms.
12- Type 2 diabetes
People with Type 2 diabetes are more likely to be magnesium deficient than people without the disease. Because Magnesium deficiency has been linked to insulin resistance, which is central to the development of type 2 diabetes, that’s why People with higher amounts of magnesium in their keto diet tend to have a lower risk of developing diabetes,” says the NIH.
Research is ongoing to determine whether magnesium therapy can be used in diabetes test and treatment.
Epilepsy is a brain disorder that happens when certain nerve cells in your brain misfire. It causes seizures, That’s why Seizures occur when there is abnormal electrical activity in your brain. They can have multiple causes, one of which is a magnesium deficiency. they may also arise from consumption of some medications or from a high fever, head injury or certain diseases
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