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Magnesium-l-threonate exacerbated EHS - why?

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Katejc, Sep 24, 2019.

  1. Katejc

    Katejc Silver

    Dear Jack,

    I tried magnesium-l-threonate as a good source of magnesium for my brain. It caused an flare up of my electrohypersensitivity - specifically my brainstem area and brain.

    I tried this supplement with Vitamin B2 on advice from a neurologist after a diagnosis of vestibular migraine. Tests done on my balance system and hearing system showed no irregularities so my neurologists concluded I was getting vestibular migraine from normal movement. I told her this was not the case as I could walk up and down the hills and gullies in the National Park near me with not get vestibular migraine but that I got it in what I describe as 'complex electrical environments' - where there was generally wi-fi.

    Just wondering if you have thoughts on this. I have no doubt I'm magnesium deficient but am working on my elevated BUN/ creatinine ratio and potassium through your 6 best healers.

    Thank you,

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    sensitizes neurons and receptors.......no shocker.
  3. Katejc

    Katejc Silver

    So is my response a good or a bad indicator? I'm presuming it's bad - it sure feels bad. But clearly I need more magnesium. So ...?

    I've had a cold bath most nights for almost a year now and got into my local swimming hole in the National Park near me over winter (just outside of Sydney so not so cold) - 9 degree C water (so under 50 degrees F) - in the afternoon sun. Completely sublime.

    I did this primarily to help lower my inflammatory response (at a muscular level and nerve level) but also as I was not breastfed as a baby so want to sharpen up my leptin response - and as it helps sleep/ autophagy etc.

    Interestingly, over time I think this is helping my mineral balance in my body - something to do with kidney function - and my skin has become very soft.

    In summary - I think my magnesium levels might be improving :)
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2019

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