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methylcobalamin b12, magnesium 2012-05-30T15:40:53+00:00

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    Sugar_Shane
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    Has anyone tried taking magnesium and methy B12? Any positive results? A naturopathic doctor reccomended I take these and should notice a difference after 3-4 months. I’ll keep you informed.

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    No, not magnesium but I have read on various sites that it helps, but I don’t know the truth behind that.

    But if magnesium is involved in serotonin production then it might do some good. I read it should be taken with B6?

    I went through a phase of taking vitamin B-complex and it seemed to give me more energy. I haven’t taken it since I got diagnosed though and I wasn’t very consistent with it.

    Before I started taking Ritalin (and pre-diagnosis) I used to eat a lot of bananas. Apparently they contain magnesium. So…was my body telling me to eat magnesium…or were the bananas a handy food supply for when I forgot to eat? Now I take Ritalin I rarely eat bananas. – so is that a case of not needing them anymore or is it because with meds I remember to eat more regularly and therefore don’t need an emergency supply of bananas!

    Are your taking magnesium? It would be interesting to see if it works.

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    http://www.naturalnews.com/026782_magnesium_child_children.html

    My childminder told me to get some magnesium just today for my 6 year old who I believe has ADHD. It’s meant to reduce depression, anxiety, insomnia, restless legs, migraines, asthma etc etc . Most of which me and my son have!

    I will be getting some supplements this week and will be cooking with more magnesium rich foods too. We’re seeing a dietician soon so it will be interesting to see what they think about magnesium.

    Ali

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    Just as a word of caution – if anyone has any issues with their kidneys they should seek medical advice before taking magnesium supplements….apparently.

    What’s the saying ….’Life’s a bitch and then you die’! But I suppose you’d die with a clear brain and restful legs. :)

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