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    Default Magnesium for vertigo

    Has anyone here had any sucess using magnesium for vertigo/dizziness symptoms? I have just started about 500mg of mag and so far has worked incredibly. i have had vertigo for about a year and a half now and since trying magnesium have literally almost felt 100% again. any othe stories similar to this would be greatly appreciated.

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    Welcome! That is wonderful that the magnesium is helping you so much. CHeck out this link:

    http://forum.t-tapp.com/topic.asp?TO...erms=magnesium

    Tina

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    Thanks so much Tina.

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    Interesting stuff! I've been researching and trying and have ordered the Natural Calm, but after reading that previous thread am wishing I'd ordered a flavor!

    The links for the 2 articles to find out which mineral you need (cal or mag) and how much don't work anymore, though, which is frustrating. Anyone out there read them and now the jist of it?!

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    I got my 12 hour slow release magnesium from a webiste called www.niche-inc.com Its called magtag and because its slow release you dont get the bad gi side effects. I take 2 in the morning and 2 and night, so far so good.



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    What makes it "slow release"? I've always avoided time-release vitamins because they're usually just layered with shellac that takes your stomach a few hours to break through the next layer to get the next dose and the experts I've read say that's not good for your stomach to be constantly trying to break down/digest the shellac all day. Is there a newer/different way of releasing it slowly?

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    Im not sure how it works, check out the website I posted on it though, maybe it explains there.

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    Gillmings,

    I take the natural calm and I really like it. I am as not consistent at it as I would like to be. But man, when I take it, I can tell a difference right away. I will have a cup, pretending it's tea, during the day if I am stressed or will have a cup at night before bed and it really helps calm me down and sleep better. I have the flavored one, it was a little more expensive, but it takes pretty good. I haven't had the plain one. Let me know how it works for you.

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