Recently I discovered the wonderful benefits of an ancient mineral called Magnesium as an essential mineral for staying healthy.
What cached my attention is that improve sleep, and address neurological disorders such anxiety and depression because it helps the body to maintain the balance and perform better under stress. Nowadays with this active world when the time becomes the worst enemy, and we run while the hours pass, it is important to maintain a good ingestion of Magnesium in food and supplements.
Magnesium is widely distributed in plant and animal foods and in beverages. Green leafy vegetables, such as spinach, legumes, nuts like Almonds, pumpkin seeds, and whole grains, are good sources, but according to population studies of average magnesium intake, less than 30% of U.S. adults consume the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of magnesium, and nearly 20% get only half of the magnesium they need daily to remain healthy.
Have you experienced any of the following symptoms?
The above symptoms may be neurological signs of magnesium deficiency. Adequate magnesium is necessary for nerve conduction and is also associated with electrolyte imbalances that affect the nervous system.
Remember that you know your body better than anyone else. Be aware of your feelings and try to keep always a balance in all the daily activities you do, because everything has a solution. You just need to focus, breath and think with clarity to reduce the anxiety and the stress.
By. Susana Briceno