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In Times of Anxiety or Suffering from Migraines, Raising your Magnesium Levels Can Help

 width= Magnesium is a mineral essential for many functions within the body. We all need it and here are some of the reasons why...
  • Magnesium is required for the healthy function of most cells, especially the heart, kidneys and muscles.
  • When you have low magnesium levels, this can be a powerful predictor of heart disease compromising your cardiovascular health.
  • Magnesium is a component necessary for the activation of vitamin D as well as helping to prevent migraines and depression while improving brain plasticity. Magnesium also plays a key role in the metabolism of other important minerals such as calcium and potassium, helping us to absorb and activate vitamin D.
  • Magnesium is also important for the prevention of liver damage, bacterial and fungal infections, impotence, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, premenstrual syndrome, osteoporosis, muscle cramps, Type 2 diabetes and mortality from all causes.
In times of stress, magnesium can make a big difference...

The link between magnesium, vitamin B6 and relief of anxiety

In a study, 268 adults with moderate to extremely severe stress (who also presented with low levels of magnesium) were enrolled and divided into two groups – one receiving a combination of 470 mg magnesium with 5 mg vitamin B6 daily while the other group just received the magnesium.
After an 8 week period, both groups experienced rapid and significant reductions in stress with an overall reduction of 40%. However, there was a 24% greater improvement in stress in the “magnesium with vitamin B6 group” than the “magnesium only group” for those with severe or extremely severe stress.

Magnesium deficiency and migraines

A magnesium deficiency is high on the list for making migraines worse than they need to be, along with a vitamin D deficiency. Research has shown that migraine sufferers are more likely to suffer from magnesium deficiency than non-migraineurs.

Supplementing with magnesium

There are a wide variety of magnesium supplements on the market including magnesium glycinate, magnesium carbonate and magnesium citrate. Magnesium must be bound to another substance so there is no such thing as a 100% magnesium supplement. You can find out more about the different types of magnesium supplements here - and which might be best for your needs. You can also absorb magnesium by taking an Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) bath regularly. Add a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil for a relaxing, soothing fragrance.    width=

Magnesium-rich foods to include in your diet

  • All these greens: spinach, Swiss chard, turnip greens, beet greens, collard greens, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Kale, romaine lettuce and bok choy.
  • Raw cacao nibs and unsweetened cocoa powder.
  • Avocados.
  • Seeds such as pumpkin, sesame and sunflower seeds. Nuts high in magnesium are cashews, almonds and Brazil nuts.
  • Herbs and spices include coriander, chives, cumin seed, parsley, mustard seeds, fennel, basil and cloves.
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