Magnesium L-Threonate: Patented Brain Mineral|Industry News-Hunan Huakang

Old web

Industry News
Home > News > Industry News

Company News

Exhibition News

Industry News

Magnesium L-Threonate: Patented Brain Mineral

Date : 2018-5-29 8:58:28 Views :
Magnesium is an essential dietary mineral that is required for over 600 metabolic functions.As important as it is, magnesium deficiency is the second most common nutritional deficiency in developed countries. Signs of magnesium deficiency include brain fog, lack of focus, inability to handle stress, insomnia, caffeine addiction, and generally feeling tired but wired.

Magnesium supplementation has proven beneficial for numerous mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. There are many forms of magnesium to choose from, but only magnesium l-threonate readily crosses the blood-brain barrier. Its unique ability to permeate brain cell membranes and elevate magnesium concentrations in the brain makes it an excellent choice for improving memory, attention, depression, and anxiety. 


Magnesium Dosage

The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for magnesium is generally 420 mg for men and 320 mg for women, but that can vary slightly depending on age. The maker’s of Magtein suggest 1,000 mg taken twice a day for optimal cognitive benefits. 


Magnesium Side Effects and Interactions

Magnesium can cause digestive upsets and loose stools, particularly if you take too much or take inexpensive forms of magnesium such as oxide or sulfate.

You should not be taking these anyway since they are the least bioavailable forms of magnesium. 
Magnesium sulfate, the kind found in Epsom salts, can cause dramatic diarrhea and disrupt your electrolyte balance, leading to a potentially serious condition known as hypermagnesemia. There are currently 32 official FDA reports of magnesium sulfate triggering brain fog, short-term memory loss, amnesia, blackouts, and other kinds of mental distress. 

The only reported side effects of magnesium threonate are headaches and drowsiness the first week or so. Discuss taking magnesium with your doctor if you take antibiotics, high blood pressure medications, osteoporosis medications, or muscle relaxants. 

Magnesium can affect these drugs’ effectiveness.

WeChat Public

Sales Service Centre

Address: Yuhua district, Changsha city, Hunan province, p.r. china

Phone:+86 731 88809323/88395315

Mailbox:info@huakangsw.com