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A similarity between the clinical symptoms of fibromyalgia and magnesium deficiency, along with other changes found in the tissues of pain points, suggests that a lack of magnesium could play a very important role in the cause of fibromyalgia. Recent studies have shown that magnesium levels are usually decreased in fibromyalgia patients. Magnesium deficiency is thought to be found in muscle and cells, playing an important role in the development of Fibromyalgia.
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