- 日本生理人類学会誌 (ISSN:13423215)
- vol.5, no.2, pp.111-114, 2000-05-25 (Released:2017-07-28)
A case control study was conducted on the relationship between the serum Magnesium content(related to Magnesium that is relatively readily obtained from the body)and life-style related diseases(e.g., hypertension, heart diseases, diabetes mellitus, and liver diseases)among individuals who were employed at a large plant. The serum Magnesium content was significantly low in the group with a systolic pressure of 180 mmHg. No statistically significant difference was noted between the groups with a diastolic pressure below and above 95 mmHg. A comparison of the serum Magnesium contents between patients with is chemic heart diseases, diabetes mellitus, or hepatic diseases and the control indicated no statistically significant difference. Actually the serum Magnesium content of the control tended to be higher.