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Magnesium & Minerals A Protocol for Anxiety-Free Living – Carolyn Dean MD ND

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An anxiety attack is an abrupt chemical imbalance in the body that produces intense fear or discomfort. While a panic attack can reach its peak within a few minutes, it’s combination of threatening symptoms and chemical after-burn can leave a person reeling for hours, or even days.

The most common symptoms of anxiety or panic attacks include:

  • Palpitations, pounding heart, or accelerated heart rate
  • Sweating
  • Trembling or shaking
  • Sensations of shortness of breath or smothering
  • Feelings of choking
  • Chest pain or discomfort
  • Nausea or abdominal distress
  • Feeling dizzy, unsteady, light-headed, or faint
  • Chills or heat sensations
  • Paresthesia (numbness or tingling sensations)
  • Derealization (feelings of unreality) or depersonalization (being detached from oneself)
  • Fear of losing control or “going crazy”
  • Fear of dying

Since many of the symptoms of panic disorder mimic those of heart disease, thyroid problems, breathing disorders, and other illnesses, people with panic disorders often make many visits to emergency rooms or doctors’ offices, convinced they have a life-threatening issue.

In the past, it might have taken months or years and lots of frustration before getting a proper diagnosis. Some people are afraid or embarrassed to tell anyone, including their doctors or loved ones, about what they are experiencing, for fear of being seen as a hypochondriac.BUT, thanks to Dr. Carolyn Dean, you may be able to cut through the confusion and complexity regarding anxiety and follow a treatment plan that is accurate and easy to follow!

BUT, thanks to Dr. Carolyn Dean, you may be able to cut through the confusion and complexity regarding anxiety and follow a treatment plan that is accurate and easy to follow!

Tonight on our weekly radio broadcast we will be reviewing Dr. Dean’s new free eBook How to Live Anxiety-Free with Magnesium! It’s a 100-page guide to identifying and addressing the symptoms of magnesium deficient anxiety. The book comes complete with a protocol for treating magnesium deficient anxiety and 15 different testimonials of people who have eliminated symptoms following Dr. Dean’s plan.

 

5 replies »

  1. My niece has Hashimoto (sp) disease and a thyroid problem making her tired all the time along w/ aches and pains in her joints. What do you recommend that she take? Thank you for your help!

  2. Great article.There are various signs and symptoms that precede acute anxiety and panic attacks. These signs and symptoms create hazardous circumstances which can result in the sufferers of acute anxiety and panic attacks being examined for disease after disease while being told again and again that nothing is wrong with them.

  3. I have degrees in neurosciencec and medicine and I’ve had over 100,000 patient encounters. Magnesium helps a subset of people but anxiety comes from a deeper psychological source and simply taking a supplement is not going to change that. I have seen magnesium help people with the symptoms of anxiety, but it’s by no means a cure. So, it’s certainly worth a try, as it may help with your symptoms, but I’ve never in 25 years of clinical practice seen magnesium cure anyone. This, of course, is only my opinion from my own experience, perhaps I’m missing something and magnesium is indeed a miracle cure. [But I’m skeptical]
    Russ Kennedy, MD

    • Hello, Dr. Kelly! Yes, you are absolutely correct. Magnesium is not a drug and is not a cure. It is a vital nutrient that may alleviate the stress that is part of the entire landscape of anxiety. Congratulations on your work – thank you for your comments.

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