Improving Your Health with Magnesium

Magnesium is well known for its role as the relaxation mineral. It is the antidote to stress—keeping you calm by inducing a decrease in blood pressure and promoting production of glutathione to help you sleep. However, there are so many more benefits that can be gleaned from this powerful mineral, making it a must-have in your nutrient profile.

Magnesium is crucial to regulating optimal function. It is responsible for over 300 enzyme reactions and is found in all of your tissues. Magnesium is essential for the production of cellular energy, activating the body’s chemical pumps, stabilizing membranes, and aiding muscle relaxation.

More than 65 percent of individuals admitted to intensive care at the hospital are deficient in magnesium, while 15 percent of the general population is suffering from significant deficiency. And, according to U.S. daily intake requirements, more than 50 percent of Americans do not get enough magnesium in their diets. Recognizing the signs of magnesium deficiency and knowing how to remedy the problem can be crucial to optimizing your health.

Magnesium has been linked to more than 3,500 medical conditions. It is used in hospitals to treat emergency cases and can improve your daily life. This is a short list of benefits reaped from ensuring that you have adequate levels of magnesium:

  • Improve sleep
  • Improve heart health
  • Reduce anxiety
  • Reduce muscle cramps
  • Relieve headaches
  • Reduce high blood pressure
  • Regulate blood sugar
  • Lower risk of atrial fibrillation
  • Reduce symptoms of PMS

The high levels of deficiency observed among the population can be attributed to certain behaviors that are common in the American culture:

  • High consumption of coffee, colas, salt, sugar, and alcohol
  • Intensive work schedules without adequate rest and relaxation
  • Certain medications, such as blood pressure meds and diuretics

Adding magnesium-rich foods is an effective way to achieve adequate levels, in addition to modifying the behaviors mentioned above. Such foods include pecans, walnuts, rye, kelp, wheat bran, wheat germ, almonds, cashews, buckwheat, brazil nuts, filberts, millet, brown rice, figs, dates, collard greens, shrimp, avocado, parsley, beans, barley, dandelion greens, and garlic.

While consuming magnesium from nutrient-dense foods or high-quality oral supplements can be immensely beneficial, high doses achieved through IV or injection can provide symptomatic relief. the biostation™ offers a wide selection of injection and IV therapies that incorporate magnesium and address various symptoms of discomfort, aging, or provide enhancement for sports performance and quality of life. The top picks for supplying your body with adequate levels of magnesium include: bWell (IV), bActive (IV), bCalm (amino acids), and bChill (in-office injection).

Call the biostation™ today at 888-754-1852 or contact us online to schedule your private, personal consultation.

 

 

 

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