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Re: How much Magnesium a day is reasonable?

Posted by linkadge on July 11, 2020, at 17:30:56

In reply to How much Magnesium a day is reasonable?, posted by Lamdage22 on June 10, 2020, at 4:42:39

Its hard to say. Sometimes supra-theraputic doses seem to help. Magnesium is a moderate NMDA antagonist and higher doses may provide a more complete antagonism of glutamate. Supposedly magnesium threonate gets absorbed better into the brain. I don't know whether this is true. Personally, I wouldn't take more than 100mg on a regular basis. Although this is not based on any research really. It theoretically could be hard on your kidneys. You can try getting more from food (probably a bit easier on your system). I pick up a healthier bread which has 20% magnesium per slice. Check the back of the bread you buy. The crap bread barely has any. Get the best type of magnesium (i.e. citrate, fumarate, maleate, or bi-glycinate) these forms are better absorbed than oxide.

Using other supplements to help support anxiety may lower the necessary dose of magnesium. Reducing inflammation will probably help your brain retain more.





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