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  1. ...gland, or metabolic alkalosis (high blood alkaline levels ). A high magnesium level in the blood may indicate kidney failure, hypothyroidism, severe dehydration, Addison...

    2 Answers · Health · 12/01/2011

  2. If you have 1,8 mg/dl TAKING magnesium supplements, you need them, for without them it would probably be outside of range.

    1 Answers · Health · 27/04/2014

  3. Magnesium is only ingested from food or drink or dietary supplements.

    2 Answers · Health · 29/12/2008

  4. ... of Cardiology showed significant increases in magnesium levels after daily administration of 365 mg magnesium citrate. Your body contains...

    11 Answers · Health · 03/08/2006

  5. ... in the heart muscle than in the bloodstream. A decreased magnesium level in the heart muscle may predispose a person to coronary spasms. In ...

    8 Answers · Health · 25/02/2008

  6. Too much, especially without proper magnesium levels , can calcify, especially in your arteries...far as zinc and iron, I know that low iron levels can cause anemia and I believe low zinc levels ...

    2 Answers · Health · 17/10/2010

  7. The quickest way to build up your magnesium is to get a blood test and your dr will tell you how much to take. it will still take a while though.

    1 Answers · Health · 17/04/2012

  8. You should have a blood test to check your magnesium level as well as to check your other electrolytes, like potassium. The...

    1 Answers · Health · 23/07/2007

  9. ... interacts with magnesium so a very high calcium intake can reduce you magnesium level due to preferential absorption of calcium. Leg cramps are often...

    4 Answers · Health · 07/05/2011

  10. ... of your current status of health......... the most assimilable form of magnesium to take ie ~ the easiest form for your body to use is an amino...

    1 Answers · Health · 14/06/2008

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