Increased magnesium intake inhibits calcium and may be a strategy for reducing the damaging consequences of calcium-induced neuroinflammation in degenerative neurological disorders such as Alzheimer disease and Parkinson disease.
The fact that magnesium deficiency may be present in up to half of migraine patients, and that routine blood tests are not indicative of magnesium status, empiric treatment with at least oral magnesium is warranted in all migraine sufferers.
In a new study published in Magnesium Research (Magnes Res. 2011 September 1;24(3):115-21) Italian researchers examined the magnesium status of people with mild-to- moderate Alzheimer's disease. They found those with low-ionized magnesium levels had the most impaired cognitive function as compared to the control group.
In almost all cases of ADHD, Magneium-B6 regimen for at least two months significantly modified the clinical symptoms of the disease: namely, hyperactivity and hyperemotivity/aggressiveness were reduced, school attention was improved.
A study of 98 stroke patients admitted to the emergency room of three hospitals in New York exhibited early and significant magnesium-ion deficits. The stroke patients also demonstrated a high calcium to magnesium ratio, which are signs of ...
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