Why do you need to supplement your magnesium intake?
Magnesium is called the master mineral because many processes in our body are dependent on this mineral. If we have a magnesium deficiency we might suffer the following symptoms:
A decline in magnesium status produces anorexia, nausea, muscular weakness, lethargy, staggering, and if deficiency is prolonged, weight loss. Progressively increasing with the severity and duration of depletion are manifestations of hyperirritability, hyperexcitability, muscular spasms, and tetany (involuntary contraction of muscles), leading ultimately to convulsions (a sudden, violent, irregular movement of the body, caused by involuntary contraction of muscles and associated especially with brain disorders such as epilepsy, the presence of certain toxins or other agents in the blood, or fever in children). Whilst cardiac arrhythmia (irregular heart-beat) and pulmonary edema (abnormal buildup of fluid in the lungs. This buildup of fluid leads to shortness of breath) frequently have fatal consequences.
So these symptoms don’t lie, but what about the enormous increase in mental diseases over the last decades?
Most people know that Magnesium will reduce muscle cramps, but can it be that many mental diseases can also be related to Magnesium deficiency? We just read above the symptoms of hyperirritability and hyperexcitability. These symptoms remind us of what so many children suffer nowadays like anxiety disorders, Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD), and mood disorders like depression or aggression. Many symptoms might be reduced by simply taken daily the right kind of magnesium. (For mood disorders Gold Concentrate helps to lighten up body, heart, and mind)
Which magnesium is the best and works immediately?
The best, most pure and highly concentrated Magnesium in the world as far as we know, has an indication of 50.000 Parts Per Million (ppm). This means that it is so super small and highly concentrated that it can enter your cell-membrane and the blood-brain barrier as well. The latter is important to know because with this magnesium, your body can now work on the elasticity of your brain cells (decalcify them) and from here stimulates your body to produce the energy (ATP in the Mitochondria) that your body needs for several processes in your body. Magnesium supports 3750 types of processes in your body and is therefore important for your overall wellbeing. This is why it is called the master mineral.
Apart from the fact that this Magnesium is highly concentrated, it is also in a liquid form, what increases the absorption rate for your body from 10-20% in the pill form, to 98% in this highly concentrated liquid form. The liquid form also eases the intake for small children, pets and the elderly. No difficulties, to swallow the pills. Just some drops under the tongue (this Magnesium is tasteless) and you will immediately experience effects. Whilst with a pill it needs to pass the digesting system before it can have any result.
If you do heavy physical work, or do your sports intensively, or having stress it is wise to have a bottle of Magnesium available.
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