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Magnesium glycinate

Discussion in 'Your Lovely Kitchen' started by Sandra005, Jul 15, 2020.

  1. Sandra005

    Sandra005 Member

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    I have magnesium glycinate 400mg 2 in the morning and 2 at night. I was suffering with insomnia and horrible dizziness when laying down. This makes me feel relaxed and I sleep like a baby. I forgot to take it the other night and was up all night! It works for me. Please try it.
     
  2. Joney

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    Are you saying that you take a total of 400 mgs (2 pills=400 mgs), and you take 400 mgs in the morning and then again in the evening before bed? Or that you take a total of 400 mgs all day (1 pill times 4 = 400 mgs). I just want to be clear. I current take 225 mgs in the evening and I haven’t noticed anything, but perhaps if I up the dosage, it will help.
     
  3. Sandra005

    Sandra005 Member

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    I take a total of 400mg. So 200mg in the morning and 200mg an hr before bed.
    Mine come in a bottle of 100mg so I take 4 a day.
    I was speaking to someone from another site who told me she has permanent vertigo and she takes this with vitamin d and calcium.
    Sorry for late reply I didn't see this message
     
  4. Sandra005

    Sandra005 Member

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    Make sure you eat with them even if something little
     
  5. Kat

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    I take 500mg of magnesium oxide daily. I've tried it to see if it would help vertigo. Definitely helps my endometriosis. Not quite sure of vertigo yet, but I have no side effects so maybe it's worth continuing.
     
  6. eveva

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    I take Magnesium glycinate chelate less dosage than you. I thought it helps to absorb calcium since I have osteoporosis. I did not know it helps to sleep. I take Melatonin every night to follow sleep. But if I wake up in the middle of the night and start worry about become dizzy, I can't follow back to sleep and spend hours
     

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