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Who Should NOT Take Magnesium

Who Should NOT Take Magnesium

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I’ve talked a lot about the importance of magnesium. Here’s when not to take magnesium. 

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0: 50 Symptoms of too much magnesium 
1: 08 When not to take magnesium 
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Today we’re going to talk about when not to take magnesium. The danger of taking too much magnesium is when the body can’t get rid of it. Typically there is a mechanism in the kidneys that can easily get rid of excess magnesium. But, there are certain conditions that can cause someone to be unable to get rid of magnesium.

A few symptoms of too much magnesium:
• Diarrhea 
• Nausea 
• Abdominal cramping 
• Low blood pressure 
• Depression 
• Lethargy 
• Difficulty breathing 
• Irregular heartbeat 
• Cardiac arrest 

A few situations where you may not want to take large amounts of magnesium:
1. If you have kidney disease (chronic kidney disease, diabetic nephropathy, you’re on dialysis, or if you see low GFR on your kidney test) 
2. If you have hypothyroidism  
3. If you have Addison’s disease 
4. If you’re taking certain medications like Fosamax, certain antibiotics, diuretics, or lithium 

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand when not to take magnesium.

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  1. Sorry. I see now that someone else mentioned this .

  2. At 1.05, you said potassium. I believe you meant to say magnesium.

  3. I'm hypothyroid and have osteoporosis. I just started taking magnesium with my calcium and D3 because I was told I need it. Seems like one thing that helps one condition harms the other. It never ends.

  4. Dr Berg. Individuals with Addison's Disease typically take prednisone daily. Over time this can deteriorate your bones. Regular exercise plus calcium supplements can preclude bone loss. I believe calcium is absorbed better combined with magnesium. Taken daily in a supplement from coral minerals, a dosage of 240mg Ca & 120 Mg is fine. What are your thoughts? Thank you.

  5. He is correct, you should not take Magnesium, you should pay for it.

  6. Thank you for the information. We have my daughter on a magnessoum supplement to help her heart from palpitations. She has a PFO and has spells of arrhythmia. Thank you for the info.

  7. Thank you for this information.

  8. You tell people when to not take Magnesium yet you don't even explain the different types, absorption rates, how much elemental magnesium is in the different forms and importance as the “master mineral” that governs the body. Furthermore, you fail to illustrate the deficiency of Magnesium of the majority of the world's population.It's quite clear, you take too much Magnesium Oxide or Citrate, you're on the toilet. Why? Because your body is not designed to absorb these unnatural forms of magnesium, expelling it via water through the wrong hole. Just like consuming too much Salt, Potassium or Sodium Bicarbonate.Best forms of magnesium:1) Magnesium Bicarbonate Water 2) Magnesium Chloride (ocean water) or topical2) Epsom Salt baths or Sensory Deprivation Tanks3) Magnesium L-Threonate, Malate, Taurate and/or GlycinateMajority of supplements are Oxide and Citrate. Even the ones with Malate, Glycinate and/or any other preferred form, are in such miniscule amounts, that you would need to take 5-10x to give a deficient body an adequate dose.

  9. During your talk you mention magnesium and I agree when using over the counter product because it's only 4% to 40% absorbable, but when you use products that are 100% absorbable that is a different story and I think you need to investigate that. As you were doing your talk at the 105 mark on your explanation you interchanged the word magnesium with potassium you might want to fix that. But just so you know the magnesium I use corrected many of my physical problems and since I know for every 50 lbs. of weight I would have to eat 1 lb. of organic veggies to acquire that right amount of magnesium for just that day (if you weighed 150lbs that would be 3 lbs. of veggies). I don't know anyone that eats that much veggies a day… I do love you talks you have some great information…thanks for your time.

  10. Magnesium messes up my stomach.

  11. So with eating vegetables daily and taking a Calcium and magnesium pill during dinner is ok for sleep? I believe the mag was only about 168mg or so. Thanks DOC

  12. Dr. Berg did you Magnesium and Potassium mentioned in the video at the 1:06 mark?

  13. I have acute kidney disease due to dehydration because of not having a colon. But when I am in the hospital I always have to get potassium. I am always tired and I seem to have all the issues you mentioned. So would you recommend I still take take low dose of this?

  14. What dose works for sleep and anxiety?

  15. Dr Berg. I have one kidney. (I had RCC) but my GFR >60. Can I take magnesium?

  16. I always feel very tired and exhausted after taking Magnesium (usually 400 mg a day). I tried mgmalate, mgglycinate and transdermal. what is the reason? is it a deficiency of another mineral/electrolyte or an imbalance?

  17. Lithium Orotate is NOT the lithium you are speaking of, correct?

  18. Can i take magnesium supplement while i have all the symptoms of magnesium deficiency including muscle twitch,irregular heartbeat at night,osteomalacia(which is improving as i take d3 but keeps coming back when i try to stop d3) ,morning sickness/stiffness or cramps at night but controversy is that I have low blood pressure 90/60 or sometimes 100/70 or 110/60 which is slightly lower. Can i take atleast 125 mg of magnesium supplement day. And so far I have never taken Mg supplements so there is no chance that I might have enough or excess Magnesium. Hoping to get your reply, because I have bought a Magnesium supplement but not sure if I should take it or not.

  19. How much does one take that has most of these symptoms

  20. My doctor said I am low in magnesium so I started supplementing. I have tried them all (including the very expensive ones). They all make me jittery and give me a very scary rapid heart rate. not at all the calming effect everyone else seems to get. Any idea as to why??

  21. I eat magnesium carbonate, is it safe?

  22. Hi I have watched many of your videos and find them quite eye-opening, interesting and informative.What I would like to ask you is – I have epilepsy and was suggested that magnesium L-threonate may be a help to me and possibly/hopefully get me out of seizure medication. Or is there another type of mineral or vitamin that you might suggest.I would like to find out what would be the maximum amount of magnesium and what time(s) of the day to take it. I was taking 150 mg of magnesium citrate at lunch for my digestive system. 200 mgs of magnesium glicinate around 9 PM and another 200 mgs of magnesium glicinate when I wake up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. I was taking the magnesium gliciinate for my sleep and epilepsy.Also I could ask I have heard if you have GERD to avoid certain foods, but I am not sure if you should avoid them all day or can they be eaten in the morning or lunch. Also is there any written form somewhere that I could print. Thanks for your help Craig

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