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2 Little Known Reasons Magnesium Is Good For You

2 Little Known Reasons Magnesium Is Good For You

Magnesium is one of our favorite nutrients to talk about because of how good it is for you.

That, and so many people don’t get enough of it in their bodies!

Most people are aware that magnesium offers some kind of benefit to them, but they’re not really sure what.

Dr. Wiggy’s famous for saying it helps with relaxation, nerve health, cardiovascular health and more.

But, there are some little-known benefits to it that you may want to know about.

Especially since some of these benefits can improve your quality of life… and in some instances “make life seem better!”  As they say, perception is reality and if your life “appears better” then it may actually end up being that way.

We’ll explain everything below.

But before we do, we’ve got to let you know that if you’re going to take a supplemental form of magnesium, magnesium malate is one of the best forms to take.

Here’s why…

It’s extremely bioavailable. There are more than half-a-dozen forms of magnesium and we think this is the one to take in order to help reverse a deficiency because that bioavailability allows your body to absorb tons of it for great health effects.

You can get our Magnesium Malate here.

2 Weird Ways Magnesium Could Make Your Life Better!

Magnesium is involved in over 600 processes in the body (we keep discovering more!)

We’ve talked about a few already…

But here are 2 more that you are going to love to know about.

1 - It Could Boost Your Mood!

What we know now is that your mental health is closely tied to how much magnesium is in your body.

Magnesium plays a critical role in brain function and mood, and low levels are linked to mood.

In a study of 8,800 people researchers discovered that those who felt the worst, the most, tended to have some of the lowest levels of magnesium.

In fact, they showed that in the study, those with the lowest magnesium intake had a 22% greater risk of feeling bad

In fact, there are more than a few experts who believe that some of the mental illness we see comes from the fact people don’t get enough magnesium through their food. 

So, if taking magnesium could boost your mood, and give you a better outlook on life… and you suspect you're not getting enough in your food, then you ought to try it out and see what it does for you. 

Plus, studies support this suggestion as a randomized controlled trial showed that just 450 mg of magnesium taken a day improved mood as much as conventional treatments!

2 - It Could Keep Really Bad Headaches at Bay! 

Healthline reports the following with how magnesium helps with really bad headaches.

“Some researchers believe that people who suffer from migraines are more likely than others to be magnesium deficient.

In fact, a few encouraging studies suggest that
magnesium can prevent migraines.

Additionally, magnesium-rich foods may help reduce migraine symptoms

No one wants a bad headache to ruin their day, and by keeping magnesium levels at healthy levels there’s a chance you won’t have to deal with them as often as you currently do!

These are great reasons to take magnesium so go ahead and grab yours today!

 

 

Talk soon,
The Team At Health As It Ought To Be

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