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Magnesium, It's Good Stuff


You ever have those nights where you wake up in the middle of the night with a shooting cramp?

OK than YOU are the star of this post. Being that you’re the star, we need to cater to you and give you solutions.

There are many things that can be causing this type of issue, but today i want to focus on something that’s easy to remedy or as is said, the low hanging fruit.

Entering stage right… We have Magnesium!!!! Ta-daaaa!!!

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals in the body. It's directly involved in over 300 metabolic processes in the body and is needed by every cell in the body. Magnesium is essential for the health of our bones, muscles, joints, and teeth. The highest amount of magnesium is found in the heart, because its essential for heart-health.

The problem is that as many as 80% of Americans are deficient in magnesium.

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If you are experiencing more than one of these symptoms, you may be deficient in magnesium:

  • Calcium deficiency

  • Heart problems

  • Weakness

  • Muscle cramps

  • Tremors

  • Nausea

  • Anxiety

  • High blood pressure

  • Type 2 diabetes

  • Respiratory issues

  • Dizziness

  • Fatigue

  • Potassium deficiency

  • Difficulty swallowing

  • Poor memory

  • Confusion

  • Insomnia

  • Irritability

  • Headaches & migraines

  • Body odor

  • Constipation

  • Poor dental health

  • Kidney stones

  • Gut disorders

  • Abnormal heart rhythm

  • Low energy

  • Hormonal imbalances

That’s a long list!! before we go on any further, I don’t want to say that magnesium will cure you of all of your ailments. Many ailments are a puzzle of things. Taking magnesium can be an easy hack that can pay dividends.

You may be lacking in this essential mineral for several reasons:

  • Modern farming methods have depleted magnesium from the soil.

  • Our drinking water has had the minerals filtered out of it.

  • Processed foods are lacking in magnesium.

  • Calcium supplementation depletes magnesium from the body, because the body requires magnesium to process calcium.

  • Nearly every prescription drug causes magnesium deficiency.

  • High consumption of caffeine, alcohol and sugar deplete magnesium.

  • Stress and lack of sleep lower our magnesium levels.

Food is a great way to get in magnesium, but food these days contain inadequate amounts of magnesium. At the turn of the 20th Century, the average American consumed about 500 mg of magnesium in their food and water. Today, we’re lucky if we get 200 mg from those sources! This is why you may have a need to supplement with this crucial mineral.

Trying to supplement magnesium with pills and powders can be a challenge. Only 4 to 20% of the precious mineral will be absorbed, due to its passage through the digestive system before reaching the bloodstream.

What’s the solution? Magnesium oil applied to the skin is an effective way to get it into the bloodstream quickly and efficiently. Magnesium oil, made with magnesium chloride and water feels oily, but contains no oil. has a slight, but short tingling sensation.

Magnesium oil is very versatile in its applications. Get the benefits of magnesium oil by using it:

  1. Transdermally—by rubbing it into the skin where you are experiencing muscle cramps or spasms. It’s oily feel makes it a great massage medium.

  2. As a spray to broadcast over specific areas of your body.

  3. In a bath, or foot bath for widespread absorption and therapeutic value. (Epsom salts consist of magnesium sulfate and are commonly used for this purpose.)

  4. As a nebulizer for the lungs.

Supplementing with magnesium has been shown to improve sleep, eliminate muscle cramps and twitches, relieve stress, stabilize heart rate and arrhythmia, lower cholesterol, lower blood sugar, improve mood and help with many more ailments.

Absorption is affected by the concentration of the magnesium oil, the surface area of the body on which it is applied, and the length of time it’s allowed to absorb.

Magnesium supplements and magnesium oil are readily available from several reputable sources.

Chances are that although you’re a rising star you are among the 80% of the population with a magnesium deficiency. This mineral is vital for your health and well-being. Supplementing with magnesium is fairly simple. If you’re lucky enough to live by the ocean, the ocean has the highest concentration of magnesium(nature, isn’t she something)? Jump into it it’s there for you all the time.

Because of its high absorption rate, the benefits of magnesium oil is a great option for increasing your intake of this essential mineral.

Choose one or more ways you can begin to supplement with magnesium and begin to experience its amazing benefits! Now go on and shine you superstar!!!! Here’s to going forth and being #PhysicallyInfinite throughout SWEAT NATION!!!!

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