Hello - I posted this question on the Nutrition forum, but since this is a group all about Mg, I figured I'd ask here too. I've been taking Mg citrate for a week now to try and reduce my premature ventricular contractions (PVCs). I take a 200 mg tablet in the morning and 1 tsp of Natural Calm at night. I noticed right after I took my first dosage the first day that within a few hours of taking the Mg, I started to feel a weird internal-shaking feeling, almost like my insides were vibrating. This has continued every day. I only DON'T feel like this when I first wake up in the morning. I know that Mg plays a big role in muscles, so is it possible that my body is just getting used to the Mg supplementation? Should I continue to take it and see if the shakiness subsides? Thank you!!
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