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    Default The Role of Magnesium in Fibromyalgia

    Mark London
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    This article was the result of my research regarding magnesium, and why it's important not only for the average person, but especially for people with fibromyalgia. If you aren't interested in reading lots of studies, and are already convinced of magnesium's importance, then just click here to get to my recommendations. Please note, magnesium is only one of many possible treatments that can help fibromyalgia. It, by itself, cannot effectively treat it.

    Magnesium deficiency is very common in the general US population. Not only is our daily intake low, but we eat a diet which increases the demand for magnesium. And unfortunately, urinary magnesium loss can be increased by many factors, both physical and emotional. Magnesium loss increases in the presence of certain hormones. Stress can greatly increase magnesium loss. Even loud noises can cause magnesium loss.

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    Default Re: The Role of Magnesium in Fibromyalgia

    I didn't know lack of sleep can cause magnesium deficiency. I'll have to up my magnesium.

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