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Benefits Of Magnesium

Benefits of Magnesium

Sleep is such an important part of our lives. With quality sleep, our bodies and minds can recover, making us much more effective at accomplishing tasks and living a more fulfilling life. However, with everything grabbing our attention and adding to our stress levels, calming down is easier said than done.

So, how can you promote a state of rest?

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body next to calcium, chloride, and potassium, and it’s involved in several crucial functions of both the body and brain. Even if you’re eating a healthy diet, you may not be getting enough of this important mineral. Making tea with magnesium is a great way to increase your intake. Let’s go over the benefits.

May Enhance Exercise Performance

The healthier our bodies are, the easier it is to function in all aspects of life (this includes getting better sleep). Studies have shown that magnesium can boost exercise performance in both athletes and elderly people with chronic diseases. One of magnesium’s main functions is to help move blood sugar to your muscles, alleviating muscle cramping and fatigue.

Helps Fight Anxiety and Depression

Having a calming tea for anxiety and depression is a great way to better incorporate magnesium into your diet and lifestyle. The research is pretty definitive when it comes to magnesium lowering levels of depression, as it plays a crucial role in brain function. Some additional research shows that magnesium helps balance GABA levels, which is an important calming neurotransmitter within our bodies. This leads researchers to believe magnesium can be important for combatting anxiety as well.

Can Reduce Chronic Inflammation

Chronic inflammation ages the body, putting unnecessary stress on our joints. It has also been linked to other major health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis. Low magnesium intake has shown to be a contributing factor, regarding chronic inflammation within the body. Foods, such as fatty fish or dark chocolate, contain high levels of the mineral, and having a good magnesium tea at your disposal will also help ensure adequate intake.

Helps with Migraines and Headaches

A woman with a headache lying on a bed

If you have regular headaches or migraines, this may be a result of low magnesium levels. Consuming magnesium-rich foods, such as nuts, seeds, and dark leafy greens, or supplementing with a magnesium tea may be equally effective to boost your magnesium intake. Nothing can be more debilitating than chronic, acute migraines and headaches, and if a simple adjustment in your magnesium levels is all that it takes, then there isn’t much to lose.

Improves PMS Symptoms

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is extremely common in women in their childbearing years. With the all-too-familiar symptoms of abdominal cramping, water retention, irritability, and fatigue, it’s interesting that magnesium addresses all of these, improving mood, reducing water retention, and minimizing the other common symptoms of PMS. Additionally, magnesium has been shown to help regulate bowel movements and maintain a healthy gut, which is also critical to having good overall health and wellbeing.

WellOff’s Slumber Me Elixir

Slumber Me’s unique blend of magnesium, organic chamomile flower, and organic lavender in a wooden bowl with a spoon

Are you convinced of magnesium tea’s benefits yet? Not only do magnesium and sleep go hand in hand, but there are clearly many more benefits to having adequate levels of the mineral at your disposal.

Slumber Me is our unique elixir and often an answer to the ailments we face when it comes to a magnesium deficiency. Whenever you are feeling anxious or stressed, having trouble sleeping, or you’re simply craving sweets after dinner, this elixir is here for you. Anything that takes away from your sleep, relaxation, and recovery needs to be addressed. Allow your body and mind to relax simultaneously with a high-quality, calming drink, infused with magnesium like our Slumber Me Elixir here at WellOff.

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