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Posted by Sara
on August 04, 2000 at 15:17:52:
In Reply to: magnesium- the cure for arrythmias? posted by anne on May 06, 2000 at 12:37:15:
: Does anyone have any imput on magnesium , or lack of enough of it causing heart disturbance in the rythm? I read something about mag. deficiencies and how it definetely affects the heart and causes pac's and pvc's. They say it's hard for the body to absorb mag. and alot of americans are deficient. It cannot be measured with a standard blood test-you need a special test that only a few labs know how to perform, so if your doc says your mag. is normal, that's probably not accurate. There are many signs of low mag. including muscle twitches, asthma, chronic fatigue sy. and many more. If you know something about this please respond-Thanks
I have mitro-valve prolapse and endometriosis, I have been taking Slow Mag for my chest pains for the past 6 months. I have found it to be incredibly effective. I can definatly tell a difference when I don't take it. The best part is its effective almost right after the first dose. I take 1 pill 2X's a day, and find it very helpful. I also live in CO so with the altitude I find my chest pains increase when I drive over the passes, but with the magnesium I don't have my chext pains.
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