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How many of you use Magnesium?

 

How many of you use Magnesium?

After taking a quick poll on our Instagram this week, 75% of you said you didn’t, however a further 50% of that percentage also stated that they thought they should but didn’t know the best way.

So let's start from the beginning. 

Magnesium is an incredibly powerful mineral and nutrient which is part of the foundation to your entire hormonal system. It can be used in the treatment for almost any period problem or hormonal condition including PCOS, PMS, thyroid conditions, anxiety, endometriosis, fatigue, menstrual cramps and perimenopause.

It can be hard to obtain adequate levels of magnesium and most people can find themselves deficient in this mineral. Factors including; everyday stress, birth control, too much-processed sugar & caffeine can all depletes magnesium stores in the body. Plus there is a lack of foods available that is high in magnesium. 

Good sources of magnesium which you can easily add to your diet are; dark leafy greens such as spinach and kale, nuts, seeds, avocado, beans, dark chocolate and whole grains.

Purchase some good quality magnesium salts and add to your evening bath.

What are the benefits? 

Really beneficial when you are coming off birth control pills.. Your body has been filled with fake hormones and magnesium helps to produce hormones estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. 

Prevents period pain by reducing inflamed muscles in your uterus & relaxing them. Also can help painful boobs during your cycle.

Supports healthy thyroid function

Regulates blood sugar balance, preventing spikes which can help with PMS, PCOS and sugar cravings.

Promotes a deeper & more restful sleep (especially good in your evening bath!)

Helps to repair & replenish your skin

Helps clear away unused estrogen, which may help reduce symptoms of PMS, endometriosis and fibroids.

Increases serotonin which is your happy hormone. 

Helps to keep you flexible and stops muscles cramps after exercise. 

Plus its great for children who suffer from growing pains in their joints. 

SO, maybe give it a go and see if it makes a difference? 

Let us know how you get on 

 

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