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 **Hypomagnesemia** is an electrolyte disturbance with low levels of serum magnesium. Normal magnesium levels are between 1.46–2.68 mg/dL (0.6-1.1 mmol/L) with levels less than 1.46 mg/dL (0.6 mmol/L) defining hypomagnesemia. Like with other electrolyte and fluid imbalances (see also: [[cl:​hyponatremia|hyponatremia]],​ [[cl:​hypokalemia|hypokalemia]],​ [[cl:​hypocalcemia|hypocalcemia]],​ [[cl:​hypercalcemia-hyperparathyroidism|hypercalcemia]]),​[([[https://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​pubmed/​7220784|Webb Jr, W. L., & Gehi, M. (1981). Electrolyte and fluid imbalance: neuropsychiatric manifestations. Psychosomatics,​ 22(3), 199-203.]])] hypomagnesemia can cause neuropsychiatric symptoms. **Hypomagnesemia** is an electrolyte disturbance with low levels of serum magnesium. Normal magnesium levels are between 1.46–2.68 mg/dL (0.6-1.1 mmol/L) with levels less than 1.46 mg/dL (0.6 mmol/L) defining hypomagnesemia. Like with other electrolyte and fluid imbalances (see also: [[cl:​hyponatremia|hyponatremia]],​ [[cl:​hypokalemia|hypokalemia]],​ [[cl:​hypocalcemia|hypocalcemia]],​ [[cl:​hypercalcemia-hyperparathyroidism|hypercalcemia]]),​[([[https://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​pubmed/​7220784|Webb Jr, W. L., & Gehi, M. (1981). Electrolyte and fluid imbalance: neuropsychiatric manifestations. Psychosomatics,​ 22(3), 199-203.]])] hypomagnesemia can cause neuropsychiatric symptoms.