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Read my dosage page
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

If you read my page on getting the right Magnesium Dosage, it'll walk you through step by step how to find the proper dosage for you.

And here's a quote from a study on the misdiagnosis of magnesium deficiency:

"When Mg substitution is started,
the minimum dose to be applied is
600 mg Mg per day. The therapy
should proceed for more than one month..."

So, you can see that you are taking less than the MINIMUM recommended dosage to treat magnesium deficiency! As a general rule, if you reach a dose that makes you start to feel poorly, then stop the magnesium to see if the magnesium is the problem. You should never feel bad because you are taking magnesium at high dosages. If you do, you are probably taking too much...

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

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Atrial Fibrillation & Leg Cramps
by: Anonymous

Do leg cramps have anything to do with atrial fib.? I have had atrial fib for about a year and have had 3 catheter ablations and 1 cryoablation. The last 3 weeks I have had considerable leg cramping from my calf down through my ankles. Very bad.


Read the Thread and it will explain the connection
by: Kerri Knox, Registered Nurse

Read the thread. It explains the connection in several places. Hint: It has to do with the magnesium deficiency mentioned throughout the thread. See my page on Causes of Muscle Cramps

Kerri Knox, RN

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