The Magnesium Solution for High Blood Pressure

How to Use Magnesium to Help
Prevent & Relieve Hypertension Naturally

Magnesium is a key element in maintaining healthy body functioning and one of the few natural substances that has been studied extensively in scientifically studies. From professional and personal experience, I have learned how important magnesium can be for preventing and treating vascular disorders, and I have published on magnesium in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy (Feb. 2002).

High blood pressure (hypertension) is one of the major vascular disorders that magnesium can help. But diagnosing magnesium deficiencies is difficult, and taking effective amounts of magnesium often causes diarrhea. Most mainstream doctors know little about magnesium and never think about replacing it even when giving patients antihypertensive drugs that wash magnesium from their bodies. Fortunately, there are ways to identify the 75% of people in Western societies who are magnesium deficient and to use therapeutic amounts of magnesium without problems.

To this end, I have now published a new, expanded, evidence-based, how-to book on magnesium for you and your doctor. Considering that 90% of us develop hypertension in our lifetime, and that medication treatment does not entirely reduce the extra risk that hypertension causes for heart attacks and strokes, magnesium is something that you should learn about now. High blood pressure is more dangerous than high cholesterol. Magnesium is something that most people's bodies need and can be essential in helping to prevent hypertension before it begins and to treat it naturally with less reliance on drugs. If magnesium were properly included in the mainstream medical approach to hypertension, it would save people hundreds and health-care systems millions of dollars a year.

The Magnesium Solution for High Blood Pressure explains:

  • Why 50 million Americans have hypertension. Why 90% of us will develop hypertension in our lifetime.
  • Why it is so important to treat hypertension.
  • Why it is even more important to prevent hypertension. The key role that magnesium can play.
  • Why most people are magnesium deficient. Why magnesium deficiencies aren't recognized or treated.
  • Why magnesium is a key factor in relaxing blood vessels and lowering blood pressure.
  • Women, the elderly, high blood pressure, and magnesium.
  • Diabetes, high blood pressure, and magnesium.
  • How to take magnesium with blood pressure medications.
  • Why people taking diuretics need magnesium.
  • Scientific studies. Interviews with recognized experts. Evidence your doctor will respect.
  • Why many magnesium supplements don't work or cause diarrhea. The best magnesium supplements. How much to take.


TABLE OF CONTENTS:

CHAPTER 1: Normal Vascular Functioning Requires Magnesium
   What Is Hypertension And Why Is It So Harmful?
   Blood Vessels, Hypertension, and Magnesium
   The Problem with the Standard Medical Treatment of Hypertension
   Magnesium -- The Essential Element for Normal Body Functioning

CHAPTER 2: Magnesium Deficiency and High Blood Pressure
   The Most Common Nutritional Deficiency
   The Evidence Linking Magnesium and Hypertension
   The Importance of Magnesium for People Taking
   Antihypertensives Drugs
   Why Magnesium Deficiencies Aren't Recognized or Treated

Chapter 3: Magnesium Deficiencies in High-Risk Populations
   Older Adults, Hypertension, and Magnesium Deficiencies
   Women, Hypertension, and Magnesium Deficiencies
   African-Americans, Hypertension, and Magnesium Deficiencies
   Diabetes, Hypertension, and Magnesium Deficiencies
   Alcohol, Hypertension, and Magnesium Deficiencies

Chapter 4: How to Use Magnesium to Help Prevent and Treat Hypertension
   A Nutrient and a Medication
   Preventing Hypertension
   Treating Hypertension
   Using Magnesium Successfully: Types of Magnesium Supplements
   How Much Magnesium to Take
   Diets for Hypertension and the Role of Magnesium
   Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, and Other Non-Drug Methods
   For Reducing High Blood Pressure

Chapter 5: Conclusion

Chapter 6: References

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