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Like I said, sometimes it seems to really help, and other times, it causes me the jitters, that supplement. Not sure what to do bout it, maybe try it again like every other day. I do have a dentist appt. on jan. 10th. I might ask bout the wire. Recently, one side did come unglued, and they glued it back on, but it seems to bother me still, or feels rough. So, might ask bout possible removal. Any way to get extra potassium? I drink this at night every once in awhile: http://www.iherb.com/Natural-Vitality-Natural-Calm-Plus-Calcium-Organic-Raspberry-Lemon-Flavor-16-oz-454-g/22854 – just have to watch bowel tolerance with this
Not enough potassium in that. Get it any way you can. Look up high potassium foods and directly supplement it. The amount that different people need varies, but its usually alot mote than that.
I would like to add that people with adrenal fatigue can have too much potassium in the blood, the typical symptom that coincides with this is frequent urination. I dont know the effect that beginning a methyl protocol can have on this or what supplementing would do in this case, or even if its possible to have hyperkalemia (too much blood potassium) with hypokalemia symptoms due to too little potassium in the cells. Idk, but its something to consider.