hypomagnesaemia

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hypomagnesaemia

(ˌhaɪpəʊˌmæɡnəˈsiːmɪə) or

hypomagnesemia

n
(Veterinary Science) vet science the condition of having too little magnesium in the blood, particularly in cattle, in which it is also known as lactation tetany
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Magnesium deficiency oftentimes makes a greater tendency for high blood pressure.
Risk factors for magnesium deficiency include excessive alcohol intake; use of thiazide diuretics, loop diuretics, or proton pump inhibitors; diseases that cause malabsorption or malnutrition; and chronic stress.
This research highlights the severity of magnesium deficiency on the increased dangers of insulin resistance.
The frequency of magnesium deficiency in pregnancy has been reported to be between 4.
Beyond association, how magnesium deficiency contributes to hypokalemia and suboptimal potassium metabolism.
Because of magnesium deficiency magnesium replacement was started.
Increased PTH concentration is associated with primary hyperparathyroidism (1) (associated with increased calcium), secondary hyperparathyroidism, 25-OH-vitamin-D deficiency, magnesium deficiency, or chronic kidney failure (associated with decreased calcium).
The reasons for the high prevalence of magnesium deficiency in diabetes are not clear, but may include increased urinary loss, lower dietary intake, or impaired absorption of magnesium compared to healthy individuals.
19] Magnesium deficiency also causes increased sympathetic nervous system activity thereby leading to elevated BP.
Sharapova, 29, had admitted using meldonium for 10 years to help treat illnesses, a heart issue and a magnesium deficiency.
Yellow or brownish-red discoloured areas between the leaf veins can indicate a magnesium deficiency.