ARE YOU AT RISK FOR MAGNESIUM DEFICIENCY?
Magnesium really is everywhere in the body – it’s the 4th most abundant mineral. It’s involved in hundreds of different biochemical reactions and enzyme systems, supporting processes like protein synthesis, cell growth, and energy production. It has roles in nerve function, muscle control, and blood pressure. Even blood sugar regulation depends on magnesium.
Magnesium works within our cells — the powerhouses, factories and regulators of the body’s systems. Because it is a necessary part of hundreds of biochemical reactions occurring constantly inside our cells, magnesium’s presence or absence affects the brain, the muscles, and the heart and blood vessels.
Approximately 80 percent of people have low levels of magnesium. According to Norman Shealy, MD, Ph.D, an American neurosurgeon and a pioneer in pain medicine, “Every known illness is associated with a magnesium deficiency and it’s the missing cure to many diseases.” Not only does magnesium help regulate calcium, potassium and sodium, but it’s essential for cellular health and a critical component of over 300 biochemical functions in the body. Even glutathione, your body’s most powerful antioxidant that has even been called “the master antioxidant,” requires magnesium for its synthesis. Unfortunately, most people are not aware of this, and millions suffer daily from magnesium deficiency without even knowing it.
Causes of Magnesium Deficiency
1. Soil depletion, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and the chemicals in our food
2. Digestive diseases
3. Chronic disease and medication use is at an all-time high.
Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms
Many people may be magnesium deficient and not even know it. Here are some key symptoms to look out for that could indicate if you are deficient:
Leg Cramps, Insomnia, Muscle Pain/Fibromyalgia, Anxiety, High Blood Pressure, Type II Diabetes, Fatigue, Migraine Headaches, Osteoporosis.
The four most prominent at-risk groups include:
1. People with gastrointestinal complaints
2. People with type II diabetes
3. The elderly
4. People struggling with alcohol dependence
Magnesium Supplementation: Inner or Outer?
Though several forms of magnesium supplements are available (Magnesium Chelate, Magnesium Citrate, Magnesium Glycinate, Magnesium Threonate…), tablets or capsules have to pass through the stomach and unfortunately the action of stomach acids and digestive enzymes, often reduces uptake and bioavailability so significantly that very little may actually reach the bloodstream. Here is a great alternative called “Transdermal Application”
Transdermal application (Magnesium Oil)
Bypassing the stomach and liver means a much greater percentage of the active ingredient goes straight into the bloodstream where it’s needed. In many cases, transdermal methods are used to help avoid potential side effects such as stomach upset or drowsiness. The full potential for transdermal medicine has not been utilized to any great extent by modern allopathic medicine though it has been practiced for thousands of years in hot springs around the world. It has been reported that the traditional method of introducing magnesium to the body through oral supplements is substantially less effective than the transdermal route, but plays an even more critical role in applications to soft tissue.
Transdermal delivery allows for the liver and stomach to be bypassed, which translates into a much greater percentage of the active ingredient reaching the bloodstream, and more specifically to the site of application.
Magnesium Oil is the ultimate daily ritual to help develop a strong internal fitness to stay resilient to both physical and emotional stress and in maintaining an alkaline condition.
– Strengthens and balances body and mind
– Improves sleep quality
– Promotes detoxification
– Reduces stress levels, muscle tension and fatigue
– Boost the immune system
– Restores drained minerals
– Supports overall skin health, natural moisturizer
Magnesium Oil and Sport Medicine
Transdermal magnesium therapy offers an exciting breakthrough in sports medicine. Coaches can now treat injuries, prevent them, and increase athletic performance all at the same time. Magnesium Oil enhances recovery from athletic activity or injuries. It reduces pain and inflammation while propagating quicker regeneration of tissues. Topical application of magnesium chloride increases flexibility, which helps avoid injury. It also increases strength and endurance. Transdermal Magnesium Therapy is a boon for athletes, coaches and doctors who practice sports medicine.
Try it for free!
HealtHut offers a high quality Magnesium oil that comes with a sprayer and you can use topically. If you have muscle pain or cramp, just come over our shop to try it and you will feel the benefits within 90 seconds! Glass bottle 450ml or 50ml are available.
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