2. Causes: Mineral imbalances

The composition of the blood is an important indicator of the health of a person's nerves and joints. A person who suffers from pseudogout often has an imbalance of essential minerals. Some people have a magnesium deficiency, which has also been linked to constipation and muscle spasms as well as joint problems. Others have an excess of calcium or iron in the blood, which can crystallize and make it harder for cells to transport essential materials across the body.

Causes: Mineral imbalances Pseudogout

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