PMID: 591941Dec 1, 1977

Mood change and magnesium. A possible interaction between magnesium and lithium?

The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
L Herzberg, B Herzeberg

Abstract

Magnesium and lithium are chemically related. Magnesium is an essential ion in many enzyme systems and lithium is of value in the treatment of manic-depressive disease. A significant sex difference in mean plasma magnesium levels is reported in 44 depressed patients. It is suggested that further studies of magnesium metabolism are indicated and that they may provide a better understanding of manic-depressive disease and the mode of action of lithium.

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