What do people here think, any experiences with RSI, thoughts about dietary supplements, etc...?
Blame your chiropractors bills on heavy computer use etc...?
Blame the industry for long hours, unhealthy diet and sedentary lifestyle...?
I guess thanking about this, any thoughts about healthy vs unhealthy computing..??
This guy I am currently working a few rows of cubicles from me makes all kinds of claims about magnesium deficiency...
he wrote:Are you suffering chronic symptoms that may be due to deficiency of Magnesium ?
If you experience 3 or more of the following symptoms, you may have some degree of Magnesium deficiency.
Depression, mood swings or panic attacks
Cramps, stiff neck, stiff back, general muscular tightness sometimes RSI
Fibromyalgia ( muscle aches)
Sleep disorder: difficulty falling asleep or waking up several times a night
CFS: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Bruxism - night time teeth grinding
Bladder related issue- frequent urination
Nervous, easily startled by noise, jumpy
Periodontitis - loose teeth due to insufficient bone material
Osteoporosis ( brittle bone in older folks)
Foggy mind, poor memory
Restless leg syndrome - compulsion to shake legs whilst sitting at rest
http://magnesium-supplementation.blogsp ... water.html
http://hubpages.com/hub/What-to-do-if-y ... uter-pains
Factors that block or reduce the body's magnesium
Too much tea especially if taken within 1 hour of magnesium intake ( Tea tannins block magnesium absorption)
Soy Milk ( Soy Phytates block mineral absorption )
Alcohol flushes out magnesium from the liver, which explains why many people who binge drink suffer depression, cramps and sleep issues
Australia puts Fluoride in the water and this guy I work near is a strong advocate of magnesium supplements and drinking bottled water... and no he is not selling anything but he is known around the office as "the Magnesium guy"...
I could eat more of certain vegitables and peanut butter and stuff thats supposed to have magnesium in it..
Or is it just a bunch of hippy hokem...?