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Old 07-16-2021, 10:32 PM   #1
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Default Magnesium and Psychoses

I have come across a medical publication by the NIH that says that intracellular magnesium and extracellular zinc are deficient in people with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Mania. I recently started taking a new suppleceutical called "Neuromag Plus" by Starr Walker. The vendor I purchased it from is called "The Third Opinion, Inc."

As far as improvement, I have noticed a change in my feelings and behavior already. I feel more relaxed and at ease. I know I will need to keep taking it as recommended to get the full effect, however. Its active ingredients are: Dimagnesium Malate, Magnesium Levothreonate, and Magnesium Lysinate Glycinate Chelate. I have no idea what the mechanisms of action of these nutraceuticals are. But what I do know is that my nerve cells are deficient in Magnesium. So I figure if I take this supplement, my intracellular magnesium levels will increase and achieve a more balanced level. I know that magnesium is not the only piece to the puzzle. There are other coenzymatic factors and precursors, otherwise known as nutrients and compounds that are derived from nutrients, that aid in the proper processing of magnesium in the body. Knowing this, I have concluded that I need to eat more healthy and nutrient-dense foods. If I do that, I will not only be getting more theoretical coenzymatic factors and precursors, but also more of the nutrients that have not even been discovered yet.
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