Magnesium maintains a healthy balance between Magnesium and Calcium by excreting excess calcium out of the cells. High calcium levels can lead to calcium buildup in the bones and potential calcium poisoning.
Magnesium regulates Calcium absorption and prevents it from collecting in the soft tissues. Excess calcium aggravates arthritis and osteoporosis. Magnesium suppresses the parathyroid hormone and stimulates the production of the hormone calcitonin to transfer calcium into the bones and remove it from the soft tissues to prevent osteoporosis and arthritis.
Magnesium relieves muscle cramps by excreting magnesium out of the cells and allowing the body to use it immediately to relieve muscle cramps.
Magnesium controls the amount of calcium that enters into the cells, decreases sodium density, supports calcium excretion from the cells, and reduces the density of the isolated calcium cells present in the cells.
Healthy cells have low Calcium and high Magnesium levels. Excess Calcium can lead to aching joints due to Calcium buildup in the bones. In severe cases, an excess of Calcium can lead to Calcium poisoning, contributing to wrinkled skin, osteoporosis, bone spurs, heart disease, and cataracts.
The Importance of Monitoring Both Magnesium and Calcium Levels
Low Calcium levels can negate healthy Magnesium levels, and contribute to headaches and migraines. Low Magnesium combined with high Calcium and vitamin D intakes can lead to both Magnesium and Calcium deficiency. Restoring healthy Magnesium levels with transdermal applications can increase both Magnesium and Calcium levels within a few days.
Create Perfect Balance By Increasing Your Magnesium Intake
A primary role of Magnesium in the body is to regulate the amount of Calcium that flows into the cells. Other roles include decreasing sodium density in the cells, reducing the density of isolated Calcium ions in the cells, and promote Calcium execration from the cells. Failure to create a cellular balance can cause people to develop high blood pressure, heart disease, and more.