dec 2013: undiagnosed-f54/topic23875.html#p218944could you post or private message the levels (with specific test type, units of measurement, and range) of b12, vit d, and magnesium? it's KEY that ms patients have LOW TO MID NORMAL results for essential nutrients. 'normal' is not good enough.
aug 2013: undiagnosed-f54/topic22852.html#p214058sounds to me like you may want to consider athletic nutrient depletion. the pain, shaking, and panic are all consistent with magnesium deficit. magnesium is easily lost via sweating and physical exertion/stress
jul 2013: undiagnosed-f54/topic22740.html#p213263I can help advise on tests and how to evaluate results if you're interested in leaning about and/or pursuing a nutrition science approach. worst case scenario, you rule out depletion as a factor. but at a minimum I would think you should be able to expect some gains from addressing any suboptimal nutrient levels.
jul 2013: undiagnosed-f54/topic22679.html#p212824hi and welcome you could get a serum magnesium test to [help] rule out athletic nutrient depletion as a source of your spasms. it's a major blind spot in conventional health care. your serum levels need to be high high normal to avoid deficiency. research has established that deficiency occurs inside the normal range
may 2013: friends-and-family-f17/topic22255.html#p209562I have helped others deal with athletic nutrient depletion... the docs aren't trained to see the electrolyte problems associated with athletic nutrient depletion. I used to have SERIOUS cognitive deficits and muscular issues as well. once I started looking into it, I had multiple nutrient depletion issues. i fixed them and got better.
mar 2013: introductions-f20/topic21854.html#p206052hi goss my antennae fired when you mentioned ballet. I would have a serious look at athletic nutrient depletion. ...
jul 2012: general-discussion-f1/topic20461.html#p195665i have often passed on research to members here regarding athlete nutrient depletion. a while back i gave the same info to a thin active person with amenohrrea, then counselled her through getting all the related bloodwork done, and starting a corrective nutrient-dense diet plus therapeutic supplement regimen. her nutrient levels got higher, and she got better
aug 2010: general-discussion-f1/topic13515.html#p131651I was exercising, P90x or insanity workouts, for the last few years. Not religiously but I've done the whole 90 days maybe missing two days. Then I took a break. Got sick, with shingles, that that was about 2 1/2 years ago.ahhhh!!!! re p90x - did you do the supplement part of the program, or just the exercise??? i just recently helped a personal friend out of the hole she'd dug for herself via athletic nutrient depletion :S
magnesium is drained by stress and by working out. it is needed in order for muscles to relax
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