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Magnesium is the wonder mineral when it comes to health and wellbeing. It is a mineral that is necessary for optimal bodily functions but the thing is, our body does not produce it!
We actually have to ensure that we are including Magnesium into our diet to ensure that certain aspects of our functioning and wellbeing are comfortable and balanced. Magnesium is present in many foods so it is likely that you are getting it into your diet already.
Here are some of the most current magnesium-full foods:
If you have a magnesium deficiency the common tell-tale signs are fatigue, muscle soreness, nausea, therefore appetite loss, and general weakness which results in poor decision making, irritability, and lack of proper sleep.
But you don’t need to have a deficiency to not miss some of the amazing benefits of magnesium!
For me personally, I take magnesium to help me sleep at night for a multitude of reasons: as it relaxes the muscles I don’t suffer from leg cramps anymore; as it is a nerve relaxer I have less worrisome thoughts at night in bed, therefore, I am able to sleep better; as I am sleeping better I have more energy the next day and my attitude is generally more positive.
For other people a lack of magnesium can be evident in other functions or structures of the body:
Bone Health - I have pretty strong bones but a lack of magnesium can inhibit the holistic absorption of vitamin D and Calcium for stronger bones.
Heart Health - Magnesium, I have discovered, is an electrolyte that helps the transportation of other electrolytes to the heart to help maintain healthy heart rhythm and beats.
Blood Pressure - Magnesium helps blood vessels relax, therefore, encourage the healthy flow of blood through our systems.
Magnesium also can help regulate blood sugar, decrease anxiety and depression, and ease premenstrual syndrome.
Magnesium is available in many forms with different benefits for each. The different types of magnesium influence absorption rates so benefits vary. The different types of magnesium are the following:
Now that’s a lot of different types of magnesium!
You can get a magnesium test which will then further define which magnesium you will need, and always consult your healthcare provider before choosing the best magnesium for you and your needs.
Keep Healthy and Keep Happy