Minerals Research and Studies
Magnesium helps stabilize your brain wave patterns
and increases blood flow to your brain, . People who have a
shortage of magnesium, says Teitelbaum, may notice problems
with memory and thinking clearly, commonly described as "brain
fog."says Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D., director of the Annapolis
Research Center for Effective FMS/CFS Therapies in Maryland and author
of From Fatigued to Fantastic! (Penguin Putnam, 2001)
• Magnesium deficiency can cause numerous psychological changes, including depression. The symptoms of magnesium deficiency are nonspecific and include poor attention, memory loss, fear, restlessness, insomnia, tics, cramps and dizziness. Freyre AV, Flichman JC. Spasmophilia caused by magnesium deficit. Psychosomatics 1970;11:500-2.
Magnesium and ADHD is another area of increasing interest.
Researchers at the Department of Family Medicine in Szczecin, Poland,
studied 116 ADHD children ages 9 to 12 for blood serum levels
of magnesium. Remarkably, magnesium deficiency was found in 95 percent
of those examined. Kozielec T, Starobrat-Hermelin B. Assessment
of magnesium levels in children with attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder (ADHD). Magnes Res 1997;10(2):143-8.
Dr. Penland showed that low magnesium intakes result in quantifiable
increases in brain electrical activity, indicating a role for
magnesium in maintenance of normal brain arousal. Nutritional
factors have been suggested both as causes and possible treatments of
symptoms associated with menstrual distress. Mineral Element Nutrition,
Neurophsychological Function and Behavior Research Laboratory.
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