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Benefits of Magnesium

According to the Australian Health Survey, about a third of adults don’t meet their magnesium requirement from the foods they eat (older teenagers are particularly likely to run short of magnesium). This is an issue as magnesium is an essential mineral for healthy bodily function.

Magnesium is a mineral needed by every cell of your body and is required for every major biological process. This includes the production of cellular energy and synthesis of nucleic acids and proteins. It helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps heart rhythm steady and bones strong. For these reasons magnesium oil has numerous benefits to our health. Here are just some examples of how your body could experience the benefits:

Soothe joints, muscles, aches and pains: Magnesium is essential for proper muscle function and acts to relieve tight, sore and cramped muscles. It controls muscle and acts as a muscle relaxant. It can therefore be vital in the relief of muscle and joint pain and crampsby relaxing back muscles, kidney stress and muscular tension.

Promotes a good night’s sleep: Magnesium’s natural muscle relaxant characteristics are part of what makes it such a great help for sleep. Due to magnesium’s ability to relax GABA receptors in the brain and nervous system, magnesium oil is a great help to people struggling to fall asleep.

Boosts energy: Magnesium promotes the activation of enzymes which produce cellular energy. By activating adenosine triphosphate, also known as ATP, magnesium boosts energy and helps prevent feelings of fatigue.

Relieves headaches and migraines: When applied topically, a healthy level of magnesium can help relieve nerve pain and alleviate dull, aching chronic pain. This is because magnesium affects neurotransmitter function and blood circulation, and thus helps to relieve migraines by releasing pain-reducing hormones and reducing the constriction of blood vessels that causes an increase in blood pressure.

Helps to keep bones strong and healthy: Magnesium benefits bones as it is essential for good bone health and influences the bone cells that are essential in building healthy bone density. Magnesium also regulates calcium and vitamin D levels which are important in bone health.

Elevates cramps: Magnesium is regarded as a natural relaxant. If you have bad cramping, be it muscular or painful menstrual cramps, magnesium oil can help to ease uncomfortable pain.

Improve skin: Applying magnesium oil to the skin can help reduce oil production of the sebum, which makes this “oil” a standout for those dealing with chronic acne and breakouts. It also acts as a humectant, keeping the skin hydrated.

Promotes a healthy heart: Magnesium is important for absorbing potassium and calcium in the body, healthy magnesium levels are necessary for preventive heart health.

Relieves stress and anxiety: Magnesium is essential for regulating certain hormones that help calm the brain and promote relaxation. This includes gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), an inhibitory neurotransmitter (chemical messenger) that helps to reduce anxiety. 

Controls bladder and bowl functions: Magnesium can bring relief to people suffering from bladder problems such as cystitis, where bladder control can be an issue whether it is frequently feeling the urge to urinate or problems spotting throughout the day. Magnesium is known to have laxative properties, having water absorbent properties which soften stool and help bowel movements to pass more easily. In addition, magnesium relaxes the intestinal muscles which assist in establishing a smoother rhythm for passing bowels and eases constipation.

Calms nerves and eases anxiety: Magnesium is essential for regulating certain hormones that help calm the brain and promote relaxation. This includes gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), an inhibitory neurotransmitter (chemical messenger) that helps to reduce anxiety.

If you want to give magnesium oil a go, click here to buy your own Salts of the Earth Magnesium Oil Spray online. Your muscles, skin and joints will love you for it.

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