Magnesium en serotonine

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Minerals important in serotonin production are magnesium, zinc, copper, manganese, and iron; people are often deficient in magnesium. Don't take iron supplements unless you know you're anemic (typically women). Excess iron has been implicated in heart disease and other conditions.

Magnesium is betrokken bij het aanmaken van serotonine.

Depression-Serotonin, which elevates moods, is dependent on magnesium. A magnesium-deficient brain is also more susceptible to allergens, foreign substances that can cause symptoms similar to mental illness.

Migraine- Serotonin balance is magnesium-dependent. Deficiency of serotonin can result in migraine headaches and depression.

Serotonin is produced from an essential amino acid (protein unit), called tryptophan, obtained from food and then converted to Serotonin under the influence of vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) and magnesium. “Essential” amino acids are sources of protein, that the body cannot produce and must obtain from food!

The U.S. National Institutes of Health classify magnesium as "an essential mineral for human nutrition." Many people, however, don't get enough of it. Research shows that a magnesium deficiency can have serious consequences, including low serotonin. That's right: a lack of magnesium can make you sad. Magnesium and serotonin don't just help to regulate your mood, they also can affect your physiology in ways you might not have realized.

The body needs magnesium in order to release and bind adequate amounts of serotonin in the brain for balanced mental functioning.

The pharmaceutical industry has focused its research for the treatment of depression on selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), such as Prozac, to capitalize on serotonin’s chemical effects instead of giving serotonin what it really needs – magnesium.