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Magnesium: ImprovesYour Overall Wellbeing, Easily and Quickly

Sep 23, 2019 12:00:41 PM / by Doc Harmony

Magnesium - Natures Miracle Mineral

Bullet Points:
  • Magnesium is an amazing mineral that targets many areas of your body.
  • Magnesium is not only essential to your wellbeing but is necessary for a healthy wellbeing.
  • Using Magnesium as part of your daily hygiene is easy, fast and efficient … as well as very effective.

Magnesium - Natures Miracle Mineral

We all know that it is important to take care of your body and this means more than just having a healthy diet and working out throughout the week. In order to be truly healthy you need to make sure that your body has the proper balance of minerals in it. For example, did you know that magnesium can be naturally found inside your body and is the fourth most abundant mineral?  And did you know that the body does not make it naturally?  This mineral is important to your body's daily functions. That is why it is important to make sure you are getting enough of it in your daily diet, transdermally or with supplementation. Here are 8 reasons why adding magnesium into your personal care lifestyle will benefit you in the long run:

  1. It Can Boost Exercise Performance.

Making sure your body is healthy and strong is vital to everyday life. Magnesium is great for boosting your exercise performance by helping regulate your blood sugar and is a key factor in regulating muscle contractions.  Magnesium helps with the relaxation of muscles as well, which would increase the speed of your recovery time after every gym session.

  1. It Can Relieve Your Insomnia.

One of the key roles in making sure that your body is staying healthy is through proper sleep, but with so many outside distractions it may be hard for you to get a good night's rest.  Magnesium can help to prepare your body to wind down and invite sleep by helping with the relaxation of your muscles it tells your brain “time to shut down.”

  1. It Can Help Relieve or Treat Your Depression.

Magnesium can play a huge role in the development of your brain. When stress levels increase, the magnesium concentrate in your body decreases.  Magnesium contributes to many of the pathways, enzymes, hormones, and neurotransmitters involved in mood regulation. When these magnesium levels become too low, anxiety and depression can become more prominent Increasing your magnesium intake will help to even out the instability.

  1. It Can Help To Protect Your Heart.

Making sure you have a healthy heart should be a major concern for your health. Magnesium can help with keeping your heart healthy the same way it does with your nervous system. By helping with the elasticity and contraction of your muscles magnesium helps to prevent any form of heart disease. If your magnesium levels are low you are more likely to be at risk for an irregular heartbeat and heart palpitations.

  1. It Can Lower Blood Pressure.

Although you may not know it, magnesium plays a big role in keeping your blood pressure regulated. Since it helps to relax muscle cells it helps to stop the constriction of blood in your veins and arteries.

  1. It Can Help Relieve or Treat Your Diabetes.

What is the key to insulin sensitivities? Magnesium. Those with Type 2 diabetes often find they have low levels of  magnesium. Taking this mineral, especially, transdermally, can help you with Type 2 diabetes by controlling your glycemic index.

  1. It Can Help To Strengthen Your Bones.

Although calcium is the best mineral for building your bones, magnesium is just as important in the structure of them. Magnesium stimulates the hormone known as calcitonin which is vital in the preservation of bones by being an essential role in the absorption and metabolism of calcium. This mineral is also known for keeping teeth strong and healthy by using the same mechanisms as the bones.

  1. It Can Help To Prevent or Stop Your Migraines.

One major ailment that magnesium can help with is migraines. Migraines can be extremely painful and can lead to many disabilities such as blindness, light and sound sensitivity, and even vomiting. Increasing your magnesium intake may help to reduce the number of migraines you have.

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Topics: Men's Health, Natural Health, Magnesium, Metro Man, Muscle Cramps, Magnesium benefits

Doc Harmony

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