How much calcium in blood is too much?

Answer Blood calcium levels exceeding 10.5 mg/dL for adults and 10.8 mg/dL for children are typically considered high, and may indicate an underlying health issue such as hyperparathyroidism or kidney dis... Read More »

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Does taking verapramil calcium channel blocker or a calcium antagonist deplete calcium from blood Or taking c?

1) No it doesn't. They just block the entry of calcium into certain cells of the cardiovascular system.2) No

How much is too much salt for a person with high-blood pressure?

On One Hand: Limit SaltA person with high-blood pressure should consume no more than 1,500 mg of sodium, or about two-thirds of a teaspoon of salt, per day, according to the Centers for Disease Con... Read More »

How much blood sugar is too much for diabetic people?

Is too much calcium bad?

If milk is your major source of calcium, no, you're not consuming too much calcium.