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Magnesium - "The Missing Mineral"

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Magnesium protects against death both during and after heart attack

Magnesium protects against death from heart attack

Magnesium  is the best heart medicine to prevent hypertension, stroke, angina, arrhythmia, heart attack, blood clots, etc

Transdermal delivery of magnesium chloride boosts Mg levels to provide immediate cardiovascular benefits (Used regularly, can sustain /supply beneficial Mg levels to your heart and circulatory system)

Transdermal Magnesium Chloride

Magnesium protects against death at the time of heart attack

Magnesium provides a significant protective factor against death from acute myocardial infarction.    A magnesium deficiency can cause the heart muscle to spasm or cramp and stop beating. Am J Epidemiol 1996

Intravenous magnesium saves lives after heart attack

A 1995 study found that the in-hospital death rate of those receiving IV magnesium was a quarter of those who received only standard treatment.   An 8 year follow-up study of these same patients revealed an enduring effect of magnesium treatment. Nearly twice as many patients in the standard treatment group had died compared to those who received magnesium, and there were considerably more cases of heart failure and impaired heart function in the placebo group. In addition to increasing survival after heart attack, IV magnesium smoothes out arrhythmias and improves outcomes in patients undergoing angioplasty with stent placement.  Manz,1990;   Iseri,1989.

An analysis of seven major clinical studies shows that intravenous magnesium reduced the risk of death by 55% after acute heart attack - results were published in the prestigious "British Medical Journal" and the widely read journal "Drugs". Teo,1991;   Teo KK, 1993

References

Am J Epidemiol (1996) 143:456-62.

Iseri, Lloyd T. et al (1989) Magnesium therapy of cardiac arrhythmias in critical-care medicine. Magnesium, Vol. 8 pp. 299-306

Manz, M., et al (1990, Mar 9) Behandlung von herzrhythmusstorungen mit magnesium. Deutsche Medi Wochenschrifte, Vol. 115, No. 10 pp. 386-90

Teo KK et al (1991) "Effects of intravenous magnesium in suspected acute myocardial infarction: overview of randomized trials."Brit Med J, vol. 303, pp. 1499-1503.

Teo KK, Yusuf S (1993) "Role of magnesium in reducing mortality in acute myocardial infarction. A review of the evidence."Drugs, vol. 46, pp. 347-359.

 


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