If you missed my last blog post, then you should go back and review part 2 first.
As promised there, I will now go over the final 5 symptoms. Here they are
Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms #6-10
I don’t know about you, but as far as I’m concerned, nothing’s more important than a good night of deep slumber. However, it’s estimated that each year, around a third of us suffer from sleepless nights.
Magnesium has been well known for centuries for its ability to relieve insomnia.
It not only decreases your “stress hormone” levels, but it also helps your muscles to relax. Magnesium indeed helps you to have the experience of “baby-sleep” again.
So I suggest throwing away any Melatonin that you may have, because magnesium is THE natural way to relieve insomnia.
There is a study that measured stress and anxiety levels of university students during their exams.
Scientists have found an interesting connection between magnesium levels and anxiety.
It has shown that the depletion of magnesium during exams not only caused stress, but it also caused a significant increase in students’ anxiety levels.
By the way, did you know that magnesium is wasted via the urine during your stressful periods?
It's critical to replenish your magnesium supplies during these periods if you wish to avoid restlessness.
8. Type-II Diabetes & Insulin Resistance
According to some recent studies, magnesium plays a critical role in preventing insulin dysregulation and type-2 diabetes.
Poor magnesium levels in your body might lead to higher insulin and blood glucose levels, plus an excess waste amount of magnesium in your urine.
Many experts in the field of diabetes have stated that having a healthy dose of magnesium is an essential part of the defense against type-2 diabetes.
So, if your lab results have shown that you are susceptible to it, it's time to reload your body's store of magnesium. You know, considering how type-2 diabetes is just as sneaky as magnesium deficiency can be, I strongly recommend that you immediately make some changes to your diet. Look for foods that are rich in magnesium, such as nuts, spinach and cereals.
9. Muscle Cramps
Getting tired of frequent, nasty muscle cramps in your leg?
While there are several risk factors for muscle cramps, including age, diabetes, dehydration or pregnancy, the most common cause for them is the inadequacy of minerals in your system.
Too little calcium, potassium, and magnesium in your diet may indeed lead to constant muscle cramps.
You see, almost everything comes down to clean eating. I simply can't stress enough how important it is.
And while specific foods are your best source of these minerals, dietary supplements are also there as easy alternatives.
10. Hand Tremors
Hand tremors can only happen to old people, right?
Sorry to disappoint, but that’s pretty far from the truth.
Remember how important a role that magnesium plays in muscle functions?
Without adequate levels of magnesium in your body, you're not only more susceptible to fatigue and other life-ruining conditions, you can also suffer from symptoms that may include hand tremors.
Improvement is usually dramatic within a week of increased magnesium intake.
Give it a shot!
Well, here we are...
So, have you noticed any of these symptoms on yourself?
I hope not.
However, if you have, please consider increasing your magnesium intake. And I mean, right now. Do it for your own and your loved one's well-being.
No wonder that even the Chinese have considered magnesium as a wonder in natural medicine back in the old days.
Knowing all these symptoms of magnesium deficiency, I don't see a single reason why you shouldn't give it at least a try.
Whether by the means of clean eating or from dietary supplements - it's up to you.
Anyhow, your body will thank you for doing so, I guarantee that personally.
Let's keep in touch!
Health happiness always,
- Michael Hunter
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