11. Type II Diabetes
This symptom sounds strange, but when explained it actually makes a lot of sense. A study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine found that magnesium plays a significant role in metabolising sugar, and since type II diabetes is something that develops based on an individual’s diet, a lack of magnesium could play an important role in the development of this condition.
It should be noted that low levels of magnesium are found in pre-existing diabetic, but low levels of magnesium are 10 times higher in individuals that are newly diagnosed with type II diabetes. Eating a magnesium rich diet consisting of nuts, whole grains, leafy vegetables and beans could prevent any potential risk of type II diabetes.