The fall and winter can be a stressful time up here in the frozen north. School is in full swing, so many holidays are approaching, the weather is getting colder, and our shoulders are steadily rising, unbidden, towards our ears. So what can we do to keep things calm?
Meet Magnesium Calm.
Magnesium is the nutrient that works in opposition with calcium: calcium contracts your muscles, magnesium relaxes them.
Magnesium has been shown to be useful for:
- healthy bones
- reducing your risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes
- reducing hypertension
- assisting in the prevention and treatment of migraine headaches
- depression and anxiety
and so much more! (For more information on magnesium, check out Carolyn Dean’s book, The Magnesium Miracle)
How Do I Know If I Need Magnesium?
You probably do. With 70-80% of Americans suffering from magnesium deficiency, we’re more likely than not to need some extra magnesium in our lives.
Look into magnesium if you’re battling with any of the above conditions, or notice any of these symptoms of ongoing magnesium deficiency:
- numbness and tingling
- muscle cramps/contractions/twitching
- personality changes
- abnormal heart rhythms
Why Magnesium Calm?
Easy-to-take and delicious, Magnesium Calm is a simple way to promote relaxation, calm the mind, and even ease you off to dreamland.
Mix one scoop of your flavor of choice in water, and enjoy the benefits! Its formula is highly-absorbable, which allows it to work quickly and effectively.
It is gluten-free, vegan, free of GMOs, and is available in both adult and kids’ varieties.
Are you ready to release those knots along your spine? Is it time to let go of all that extra stress? Could you use some help turning off your brain at night? Try Magnesium Calm, and let us know what you think!
About The Author:
Kelly Boaz, CNP
Kelly is a holistic nutritionist, specializing in eating disorder recovery and food freedom. She is also a public speaker (TEDx King St. West, TDSB) and a writer. Learn more about Kelly, and about booking private consultations at kellyboaz.com Twitter: @kelly_boaz Facebook: /KellyBoazDotCom