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Parkinson's and A Fib
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi There,

Just taking 'some' magnesium and not getting any results likely means that he's not taking enough. Please read my page on Magnesium Dosage that outlines EXACTLY how to know how much magnesium to take.

And if your dad has Parkinson's, it's likely that he might need a LOT. Parkinson's has a LARGE aspect of being toxic- and magnesium helps to detoxify, so it wouldn't surprise me if he goes through tons.

And if you read my page on Epsom Salt Uses, you can do a foot soak in them, or you can use Transdermal Magnesium Gel on top of any oral magnesium.

To get a LOT of magnesium in someone, the best form is Angstrom Magnesium because it causes fewer GI problems, but Parkinson's patients are often constipated and taking a magnesium that CAUSES loose stools may actually be preferred to 'loosen him up'.

In any case, be SURE to get his Vitamin D Level checked. And one thing that could really make a big difference in his cognitive state is Vitamin B12. Parkinson's may be a symptom of glutamate toxicity and/or the inability to properly detoxify. Methylcobalamin B12 in HIGH doses, such as I outline on the Vitamin B12 Deficiency Treatment can help to detoxify the glutamates and other toxins as well as supporting his neurons...



Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
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