Magnesium: Deficiencies, Effects, Symptoms & Foods

Updated: Jun 14, 2021

Ailments Linked to Magnesium Deficiencies

Accelerated aging Anxiety Backaches Body tension Cardiovascular disease Constipation Depression Diabetes Energy low Fatigue Fibromyalgia Heart palpitations High blood pressure Irritability Insomnia Kidney stones Light sensitivity Menopausal symptoms Migraines Muscle tension Noise sensitivity Osteoporosis Palpitations PMS Stress Tics and twitches

Symptoms of Magnesium Deficiencies

Appetite loss Calcium – low levels in your blood (hypocalcemia) Coronary spasms Cramps Energy – lack of Fatigue Heart rhythms – abnormal Muscle contractions Nausea Noise intolerance Numbness Potassium – low levels in your blood (hypokalemia) Seizures Tingling Vomiting Weakness

Foods High in Magnesium

Halibut Tuna Artichokes Bananas Figs, dried Barley, pearled, raw Buckwheat flour Oat bran, raw Okra Oysters Rice, brown Plantains Prune juice Almonds Brazil nuts Cashews Beans, baked and black Beans, Lima Beans, navy Beans, pinto Beans, refried Beet greens Chickpeas Cow peas Lentils Parsnips Peas Pine nuts Pumpkin Pumpkin, seeds Scallops Spinach Squash, summer Sweet potatoes Vegetables, green and raw

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