Are You Magnesium Deficient? How to Know & What to Do About It - A Must Watch Video

If you are feeling tired, stressed and having difficulty sleeping, it’s very likely that you have a magnesium deficiency in your body. Before you ask your doctor for something to help you sleep, try adding magnesium to your diet.

Symptoms such as muscle tension, irritation, and a general stiffness are all signs of a magnesium deficiency. That’s true because it’s responsible for more than 300 enzymatic reactions and is found in every tissue of our bodies — but especially in the bones, the muscles and the brain.

Magnesium is a powerful mineral and works as a relaxant, so it can help you control your anxiety and improve your sleep. It helps cells produce energy, perform various chemical activities, stabilize membranes, and help relax muscles.

To have an idea of the importance of magnesium take a look at the various symptoms that may prove that you don’t enough of it in your body:

- Irritability
- Insomnia
- Anxiety
- Noise sensitivity
- Headaches
- Migraines
- Muscle cramps or spasms
- Sore muscles
- Tachycardia
- Chronic fatigue
- Constipation
- High blood pressure
- Serious PMS
- Severe menstrual cramps
- Difficulty swallowing
- Acid reflux


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