Hypomagnesia or commonly known as magnesium deficiency refers to insufficient intake of dietary magnesium or impaired absorption of magnesium which can cause numerous symptoms and health disorders.
You can get daily supply of magnesium from supplements, dark leafy vegetables, nuts, beans, vegetables, mackerel and seeds.
32 Indicators of Magnesium Deficiency
Type 2 diabetes
Difficulty with swallowing
Liver and kidney disease
Potassium deficiency: sign may include fluid retention, extreme thirst and irritability
High blood pressure
Personality changes like signs of depression, anxiety and mood swings
Fertility or childbearing problems: pre-mature labor, preeclampsia, or getting/staying pregnant
Raynaud`s syndrome: may lead to cold toes or fingers, skin color changes and numbness
Treating the Problem
Magnesium is necessary for more than 300 chemical reactions and body processes in the body. The above-mentioned magnesium rich foods will help you increase the magnesium levels. However, this is not enough to reach the recommended daily value which means you will have to take supplements.
Many supplements have fillers like:
These are not components of nutritional supplements.
Women’s MULTI pro contains 500mg magnesium which is the sufficient amount for women of all ages. It will satisfy your nutritional needs for vitamins such as vitamin A and B1, zinc, iodine, chromium and biotin.