Magnesium is the fourth most abundant cation in the body and quantitatively it is second to potassium as the intracellular cation. Magnesium plays a vital role in helping the body maintain a healthy cardiovascular system.
There are scores of people with heart conditions who could improve significantly if they supplemented with magnesium.
From arrhythmias to blood pressure, magnesium plays a central role in cardiovascular function and insulin regulation.
Magnesium exerts effects on the cardiovascular system, acting peripherally to produce vasodilation, resulting in changes in blood pressure and cardiac output.
Magnesium is thought to have a direct effect on peripheral arteries and arterioles, which results in a decreased total peripheral resistance.
Magnesium’s actions on the cardiovascular system derive from its effects on calcium channels and pumps to regulate transmembrane and intracellular ionic flows.
Low intake of magnesium is associated with hypertension, atherosclerosis and stroke. This makes supplementation with magnesium even more important for anyone at risk for the diseases and especially for those at risk for dementia.
Dementia vascular due to result of multiple ministrokes throughout the brain has origins in hypertension, atherosclerosis and stroke.
Magnesium deficiency in cardiovascular system symptoms mainly consist of an increased tendency to paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardias, ventricular ectopic beats, ventricular tachycardia or even fibrillation.
Magnesium functions in cardiovascular system
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