7 Signs and Symptoms of Magnesium Deficiency 

Muscle, nerve, blood sugar, and blood pressure regulation require magnesium. Several health concerns can result from hypomagnesemia, or magnesium shortage.  

Involuntary muscle twitches, tremors, and cramping are frequent magnesium insufficiency symptoms. A severe deficit might cause seizures or convulsions.  

Tingles and cramps  

Magnesium deficiency can cause sadness, anxiety, and irritability. It might cause delirium and coma in severe cases.  

Mind Disorders  

Magnesium deficiency weakens bones, making them more likely to break. It can also lower blood calcium, which builds bones.  

Osteoporosis  

Chronic fatigue and muscular weakness may indicate magnesium insufficiency. Lack of magnesium, which converts food into energy, can induce fatigue and weakness.  

Fatigue, muscle weakness  

Blood pressure is regulated by magnesium. Hypertension from deficiency raises heart disease risk.  

Blood Pressure High  

Magnesium insufficiency can cause arrhythmia, an irregular heartbeat. This can cause dizziness, shortness of breath, chest pain, and more serious heart issues.  

Uneven Heartbeat  

Low magnesium levels can cause numbness, tingling, and other neurological symptoms. This can affect hands and feet.  

Numbness/tingling  

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