Magnesium Injections are made up of Magnesium sulfate suspended in a solution and administered with a booster needle. You can also receive a Magnesium IV. With a Magnesium shot, the nutrient is injected into a muscle and then transfers into the bloodstream. Of course, with an IV, the mineral is delivered directly into the bloodstream. Restorative Medicine offers Magnesium Injection treatments if clients are exhibiting signs of low Magnesium and tests results indicate it would be beneficial. Recent studies show that Magnesium deficiency may play a role in the onset of migraines.
Magnesium, a vital nutrient, is considered to be one of the electrolytes the cells and nervous system need to function well. Depletion is possible for anyone. You might not ingest enough in your diet, or there may be conditions that draw too much magnesium out of the system. Injections that include Magnesium can help.
What is Magnesium?
Magnesium is part of a complex system of enzymes that the body uses to regulate reactions. Things like protein synthesis, nerve function, muscle reactions, management of glucose levels- these are just a few of the vital functions that Magnesium helps regulate. It is considered essential for energy production, which is why depletion of the mineral causes extreme fatigue. The benefits of a Magnesium IV or Magnesium injection are related to the critical bodily functions mentioned above. With so many uses in the body, an IV or Magnesium shot may alleviate issues like high blood pressure, fluctuating blood sugar levels, heart palpitations, or fatigue and weakness.
About 50 to 60% of the Magnesium we have in our bodies is in the bones. However, a blood test can still help a physician, like Restorative director Dr. Vladimir Alexeyenko, determine if there is a deficiency.
What are the Benefits of a Magnesium Injection?
Magnesium is involved in the regulation of many bodily processes, and it’s impossible to list all of the benefits an injection might provide. While it is rare to have an extreme deficiency, a low level of the mineral can still affect your health.
Magnesium regulates activity in the muscles. A deficiency can cause muscle twitching, tremors, or cramps. Feeling numb, experiencing a lack of emotion, or reduced brain function can also be affected. Similarly, more recent studies have shown that people who experience frequent migraine headaches have low levels of the mineral.
Because it is related to bone health, a deficiency of Magnesium can also be considered a factor if there are issues like osteoporosis present. Low levels of Magnesium can also contribute to high blood pressure. Pregnant women who develop pre-eclampsia, high blood pressure, and excess protein in the urine, are typically found to be deficient as well. 149
What Conditions Do Magnesium Injections Treat?
Before analyzing what conditions can be addressed using Magnesium, it’s important to note that over 75% of people have a partial deficiency of this mineral. A direct relationship between low Magnesium and specific health concerns can be hard to pin down. However, there is a direct correlation between Magnesium levels and migraines. An injection at Restorative Medicine can help alleviate this condition that significantly diminishes the quality of life.
For high blood pressure, mental disorders, issues with digestion or intestinal troubles, kidney issues, or migraine sufferers, a Magnesium as a supplement should be discussed with a medical doctor. Symptoms like muscle cramping, osteoporosis, fatigue, high blood pressure, and an irregular heartbeat, surprisingly, can be caused by a deficiency. Although injections of Magnesium Sulfate are not considered a sole treatment option for severe conditions, it can help to restore balance and overall health.
Schedule an Appointment for Magnesium Injections
With preventative measures such as IV therapy and Injection therapy of nutrients, vitamins, and cleansing antioxidants now available, experiencing ill health should become a thing of the past. Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy is a clinic that is professional and caring, a great combination when it comes to your health. As it should be, this IV and injection clinic is supervised by a licensed medical doctor who is also an IV specialist.
For more information, call Dr. Vladimir Alexeyenko at Restorative Medicine at (917) 994-9390. Schedule a consultation or inquire about Magnesium Injections and the other preventative IVs and injection services they offer.
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