Muscle Weakness

What is Muscle Weakness?

Muscle weakness can occur with inherited disorders, such as the muscular dystrophies just described, with nerve problems, such as multiple sclerosis (see listing) or polio, with defects in the ability of the mitochondria (little energy powerhouses inside each cell) to generate energy, or from any of a number of other medical causes. Because the reasons for weakness are so many, and some of them may be quite serious, anytime you develop consistent weakness of a muscle or a group of muscles, you should consult your personal physician for a thorough evaluation.
Muscle Weakness If the cause isn't readily apparent after a full examination, nutrition may offer you some help. Let's see what the vitamin and mineral shelf has that may help you in Muscle Weakness diet.

Muscle Weakness Herbal remedies

•   To supplement the probable magnesium deficiency, use purslane. Steam the leaves and eat as you would spinach, or mix them in with a salad.

Dosages may vary, depending on the duration and severity of your symptoms. Follow package directions, or consult a qualified herbal practitioner.

What makes Muscle Weakness worse?

•  Some people who are sensitive to the wheat protein gluten develop muscle weakness related to the condition. Please refer to the in-depth discussion of gluten sensitivity under Celiac Sprue and follow the recommendations you will find there.

 
 
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