Nature’s Tranquilliser

It is particularly hot at the moment, so if you are suffering from insomnia you might want to try taking Magnesium, as this mineral is vital for energy production as well as the metabolism of blood sugars and it has been found to help prevent depression, dizziness, PMS, headaches, migraines, cramping and insomnia.

Many of us are unknowingly deficient in magnesium so if you have symptoms of general aches and pains, restless legs and night cramps … things which keep you from getting a full night’s restorative sleep….then this can work as it helps to relax muscles as well as building bone density.  And re bone density, take Calcium too as Magnesium helps the body to metabolise Calcium.
As most of you know from my Losing It! posts, I have been working with Angela Beecroft to help solve my gut problems and she recommends this one:
“ I always recommend he Allergy Research Magnesium Citrate, it’s easy to swallow and probably the best quality on the market. Taken1hour before bedtime it helps facilitate sleep, but it also helps to address constipation, particularly if taken with 1 tablespoon of Flax Seed Meal in food or a smoothie  because it helps to soften the stool and help achieve a softer stool!  And if you put in the code AB005 you will get a 5% discount. We all like discounts! “
Finally, a mineral-rich Epsom Salts bath will help restore magnesium and sulfate in your system because they can be absorbed through your skin. Try soaking three times per week for about 12 to 15 minutes.  Just remember to rinse off any salt which remains on your skin, then apply a moisturiser to lock in the moisture and prevent it from evaporating and taking your skin’s natural oils with it.


Sweet dreams everyone.
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