Experts Reveal The Possible Link Between Fibromyalgia And Magnesium Deficiency

06 Sep

Orlando, FL - September 6, 2016 - Magnesium is one of the minerals believed to be helpful for optimum human health. Since it plays a role in the maintenance of health, the insufficient magnesium levels in the body are thought to result in undesirable consequences.

Experts reveal the possible link between fibromyalgia and magnesium deficiency. Fibromyalgia is rather considered a syndrome or disorder than a disease due to the fact that in causes a variety of signs and symptoms that take place without any specific cause.

This condition impacts the manner that the brain processes pain signals. This often results in painful sensations and widespread joint tenderness and pain. While it has not been known what exactly causes fibromyalgia, it is associated with abnormal nerve signals.

There are also speculations that magnesium deficiency plays a role in the development of the disorder.

It is important to remember that magnesium is believed to support the normal function of almost all organs in the body, especially the kidneys and heart. It is believed to play a significant role in the transmission of electrical impulses coming from the nerves to the muscles.

According to the Linus Pauling Institute,  there are approximately 27 percent of all amounts of magnesium  in the muscle cells.

The muscle cells are often stimulated by the nerve impulses, and this causes the internal structure of sarcoplasmic reticulum, which is a cell that takes care of releasing calcium ions.

This action is believed to trigger the contraction of the muscle cells. Magnesium ions are typically found in the cell’s fluid portion. It then produces an electrical charge that takes care of propelling calcium back into the internal structure.

When this happens, the muscle cell is able to relax. Magnesium deficiency is thought to disrupt such a process and cause interference in the normal muscle contraction as well as nerve conduction.

There are early symptoms believed to manifest in cases of magnesium deficiency. Some of these signs are nausea, appetite, vomiting, and behavioral changes. It is also important to remember that magnesium deficiency can reduce the level of calcium, potassium, and other important minerals in the body.

Disruptions in the levels of magnesium are believed to affect the proper function of the nervous system. When the magnesium deficiency continues, it also results in a variety of symptoms, such as restless leg syndrome, anxiety, agitation, low blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, muscle spasms, seizures, and weakness.

In 1997, a study was published in the journal called Magnesium Research. It was found that almost half of the participants who suffered from chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, or spasmophilia in the study had magnesium deficiency ( ).
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