Magnesium Deficiency

April 12, 2022

You may be aware that getting a diverse range of nutrients is critical.

However, certain nutrients are more important than others, particularly during times of stress.

Stress (especially prolonged stress) can decrease your body's supply of important nutrients.

One essential nutrient that is very important to have since it is part of different functions in your body. 

that's true, magnesium is a vital mineral that you may be deficient in.

Symptoms that can be caused by low magnesium levels:

  • Problems with heart function
  • Problems with blood sugar
  • Suffering with sadness
  • Fog in the head
  • Headaches
  • Having difficulty concentrating
  • Loss of appetite

Many people are magnesium deficient without even realizing it, and it’s better to be safe than sorry! Here are a few proven ways to boost magnesium levels.

  1. Magnesium Rich Foods 

Foods like kale and spinach are well-known for their iron and antioxidant content, but few people realize that they can also help with magnesium levels.

       2. Epsom Salt Bath 

Indulging in nutrient-rich water is both physiologically and chemically beneficial. Relax by adding a dash of magnesium flakes to your next hot bath. Epsom salt baths are a delicious alternative to magnesium flakes, and they're also a lot of fun to float in.

       3. Go for a Swim… In The Sea! 

Magnesium is found naturally in all of the world's major oceans. In reality, sea water contains 65 percent of the world's magnesium. If you live near one, soak in the water for as long as you like and feel the mineral absorb into your skin, revitalizing your cells.

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