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Recent studies report that a startling 75% of the population is deficient in magnesium 😳. Magnesium is responsible for 300 reactions in the body, one of which is moderating blood glucose levels. Plus, the more sugar you eat, the more magnesium you burn through.
Since the holiday season brings pies, cookies and candies 🍭, be prepared with Magic Magnesium Cream.
“Current research illustrates the vast array of mental health complications that may arise because of micronutrient deficiencies, including impairments in cognitive function and effects on brain morphology, and disruption of neurochemical pathways. Micronutrients are vital in enzymatic reactions responsible for neurotransmitter synthesis and preservation, and mineral deficits have been identified in the pathophysiology of depressive symptoms, according to the report.
Minerals are essential in the enzymatic activation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), a protein that regulates neuronal plasticity and promotes the maturation and differentiation of new neurons in the he CNS and the peripheral nervous system. Animal studies show that stress can reduce BDNF expression and activity in the hippocampus, and clinical studies show lower serum levels to be lower in depressed patients, the report says. Augmentation strategies that can facilitate BDNF expression have been emerging as an area of interest among researchers, and zinc and magnesium have quickly made it to the top of the list. Zinc is one of the most abundant trace minerals in the brain and supports several physiological functions. It activates the CNS and the peripheral nervous system. The bioavailability of zinc can influence CNS function through a variety of mechanisms, and diets scarce in zinc have been known to result in behavioral disturbances and diminished brain function. Researchers looked at 1,643 depressed patients and 804 control participants showed that peripheral zinc concentrations were lower for depressed patients. Studies found that pairing a zinc supplement with antidepressant therapy can be a more effective method of treating patients with major depression. Continued 👇👇
"How can you tell if you need more magnesium? Well if you’re having difficulty in going to sleep, find that you wake easily or wake before the alarm, you may be short. If you get cramps regularly, find that fluids pass through you easily, have cold hands and feet, experience tightness in the neck and shoulders or notice twitches in small muscles (the eyelid, for example), you will probably benefit from addressing this. By far the most noticeable change is sleep quality.
Magnesium is vital for the function of GABA receptors, which exist across all areas of the brain and nervous system. GABA is a calming neurotransmitter that the brain requires to switch off; without it, we remain tense, our thoughts race and we lie in bed staring at the ceiling. Whether the brain is in ‘on’ of ‘off’ mode is a very complex area, and can also be affected by chemicals like noradrenaline, serotonin and histamine. However, on a more simple level, the most crucial balance is that of GABA vs glutamate. Whereas GABA calms, glutamate fires the brain into higher states of activity; you use the latter when solving sudoku puzzles, but you need GABA to prevail in order to go to sleep.
It is not always about magnesium, but literally hundreds of clients have come to me with sleeping problems and, in every single case, magnesium has been my first suggestion. It’s rare that I need to make a second. Many friends now see their lives in two parts; one before they discovered magnesium, and one after I give them this tip." 😴😴😴SWEET DREAMS 💤💤Got Magnesium? www.kissmybath.com💋 Magnesium & Herbal Infused Products #kissmybath -------------------------------------#magnesium#minerals#transdermal#health#sleep#insomnia#fatigue#chronicpain#chronicillness#restless#stress#relaxed#calm#tiredaf#nosleep#naturalmedicine#holistic#holistichealth#gotmagnesium#magnesiumcream#skindeep#allnatural#nontoxic#nosideeffects#feelbetter#mindbodysoul#naturalproducts#supportsmallbusiness#entrepreneur
It is incredible what magnesium does for the body! It is difficult to get what we need of it in the foods we eat. I was deficient and didn't realize until I added a supplement with magnesium what a big difference it makes! 😴🏃♀️ Better sleep, more energy. What supplements do you take for a balanced body?
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Magnesium is LIFE! Most of us are deficient and do not get enough magnesium daily. Our bodies NEED magnesium like we need air to breathe. Got Magnesium? www.kissmybath.com💋 Magnesium & Herbal Infused Products
"Researchers have long debated whether magnesium plays a role in regulating blood pressure with inconsistent and controversial evidence from studies in humans. This meta-analysis, however, collected data from 34 clinical trials, involving 2,028 participants, and found a small but significant association between magnesium intake and reduced blood pressure.
Researchers found: ⚫️people receiving a median of 368 milligrams (mg) of magnesium a day for an average of three months had overall reductions in systolic blood pressure of 2.00 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) and diastolic blood pressure of 1.78 mm Hg. ⚫️taking 300 mg/day of magnesium for just one month was enough to elevate blood magnesium levels and reduce blood pressure.
⚫️high magnesium levels in the blood were linked to improvements in blood flow, another factor associated with lowered blood pressure."
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