Deficiency of one nutrient can impact your health. Health problems are increasing rapidly. The American diet has changed significantly. Due to this, chronic nutrient deficiencies are also increasing. Poor health has become common now.
The most common nutritional deficiency is that of magnesium. Body needs magnesium for a variety of reasons. Magnesium is difficult to obtain from food.
Why is it difficult to obtain sufficient magnesium?
It was once easy to get your daily dose of magnesium. Eating what you grew would provide magnesium since soil has a lot of magnesium. But modern farming has destroyed the magnesium present in soil.
It is found in dark leafy greens, nuts, beans, seeds and mackerel. There are also supplements giving magnesium.
The following are 32 symptoms that show you could be deficient in magnesium.
Memory loss Anxiety Osteoporosis Seizures High blood pressure Migraines Type II diabetes Dizziness Cystitis Constipation Liver and kidney disease Raynaud’s syndrome: may lead to numbness in extremities, color changes in skin as a result of temperature changes, and cold fingers or toes Depression Confusion Heart issues Muscle cramps Bowel disease Hypertension Difficulty swallowing Asthma Potassium deficiency: leads to fluid retention, irritability, and extreme thirst, Hypoglycemia Calcium deficiency Tremors Blood clots Fertility/childbearing issues: preeclampsia, preterm labor, problems in conceiving or staying pregnant Tooth decay Nausea Insomnia Personality changes: mood swings, depression, anxiety Fatigue