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Magnesium Is the Silent Deficiency You May Not Realize You Have
Low magnesium affects up to 75% of American adults. And that’s news to most of them.
That’s because the outward signs of low magnesium levels re subtle at first. The changes are happening internally.
The effects of low magnesium also unfold slowly. You don’t notice, for instance, as your bone density declines little by little, until a test or something drastic happens. And if you are a little tired, there could be many reasons.
Even getting a cramp your calf muscles—a classic low magnesium sign—may not be a wakeup call.
Magnesium is vitally important to your wellbeing nonetheless. Because it is involved in over 300 metabolic reactions in your body, a shortage can affect bones, nerves, muscles, circulation and respiratory health.
Fixing this is easy!