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Magnesium is fourth most abundant mineral found in your body. It's involved with more than 600 cell reactions, from creating DNA to assisting your muscles contract. Despite its importance, close to 68 percent of American adults fail to reach the daily recommended intake. Low levels of magnesium are linked to numerous negative health effects, such as depression, weakness as well as high blood pressure and heart disease.

Read on to learn why Magnesium is essential to our health & well being and the ways to supplement your intake and improve your mineral health as well as combat pain and improve muscle recovery..

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Soaking in the hot springs have been revered for thousands of years as a powerful pain relieving treatment and has been referred to as the actual "Fountain of Youth" due to the healing benefits of this Magnesium mineral rich water.

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Maintains Healthy Brain Function Magnesium is a key component in transmitting signals between the body and brain. It is the gatekeeper of the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors. They are found on nerve cells. They aid in brain development learning, memory and development. For healthy adult, magnesium is found in the NMDA receptors, which prevent them from being activated by weak signals which could trigger nerve cells in a way that is not necessary. If the magnesium level is low less NMDA receptors can be blocked. This means that they are more susceptible to being stimulated more frequently than is necessary. The overstimulation process can cause nerve cell death and cause brain damage if severe deficiency. Keep your brain healthy and use Elemental Relief products.

Maintains a Healthy Heartbeat Magnesium is essential to maintain the heartbeat of a healthy person. It naturally battles calcium, which is vital for the production of heart contractions. When calcium is absorbed by the heart muscle cells it causes the muscles to contract. Magnesium counteracts this, aiding the cells to relax and required for proper heart health. This flow of magnesium and calcium across the heart cells ensures an optimal heartbeat. If the levels of magnesium are lower, it could stimulate your heart muscle cells too much. A common sign of this is an abnormal and/or fast heartbeat that could be life-threatening. In addition The sodium-potassium pump an enzyme responsible for generating electrical impulses, needs magnesium to function properly. Certain electrical impulses can affect your heartbeat Topical Magnesium offers the benefits of oral supplements without the associated GI distress.

Helps Regulate Muscle Contractions Magnesium can also play a part in the regulation of muscles contractions. Like the heart area, magnesium functions as a calcium blocker that helps muscles relax. In the muscles in your muscles, calcium binds with proteins like troponin C and myosin. This alters the form of these proteins and results in the contraction Magnesium and calcium compete for the same binding points to ease your muscles. If your body does not have enough magnesium to match calcium in your body, the muscles might over contract, causing spasms or cramps. Because of this, magnesium is frequently suggested to treat cramps in the muscles.

Elemental Relief products are high in Magnesium and offer exceptional muscle cramp relief and prevention if used prior to bed or activities that normally cause cramping.

May Lower Blood Pressure The high blood pressure issue is an issue for health that affects one of three Americans. Incredibly, research has shown that taking magnesium could lower blood pressure. In one study who took 450 mg magnesium daily noticed a decrease in blood pressures of systolic (upper) as well as diastolic (lower) blood pressure levels to 20.4 and 8.7 respectively. A review of 34 studies discovered that a median dosage that was 368 mg magnesium decreased both diastolic as well as systolic blood pressure in healthy adults as well as those suffering from high blood pressure. However, the effect was substantially greater in those who had already high blood pressure. Can Improve Sleep Quality Sleep deprivation is a significant health issue throughout the globe and may be due to Magnesium deficiency. Magnesium supplementation can enhance the quality of your sleep by helping your body and mind relax. Relaxation can help to fall asleep quicker and can increase your quality of sleep. In a study, Magnesium has been proven to improve the quality of sleep and reduced symptoms of insomnia. Furthermore, studies on animals have revealed that magnesium could regulate the production of melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone which regulates the body's sleep-wake cycle. Magnesium also has been proven to interact with the gamma-aminobutyric (GABA) receptors. The hormone GABA assists in calming nerve activity, which could cause sleep disruptions.

May Help Combat Migraines Numerous studies have demonstrated that magnesium levels are low and can trigger migraines. One study showed that people who suffer from migraines had significantly lower levels of magnesium than normal adults. Topical lotions containing Magnesium have offered relief to many who suffer from migraines as noted by their product testimonials.

May Help Reduce Symptoms of Depression The magnesium levels in the body have been associated with depression-related symptoms. In reality one study of more than 8,800 participants found that, among those aged 65 or less those who had the least intake of magnesium were at an increase of 22% in the risk of developing this disease. One reason is that magnesium is a key ingredient in regulating your brain's functions and mood. Numerous studies have demonstrated that magnesium supplements can decrease signs of depression. Certain studies have even shown that it was more effective than antidepressants.

Dietary Sources A few people do not reach the recommended daily intake (RDI) that is 400 to 420 milligrams for males and 310-320 mg for females. Studies have shown that the average American does not meet the daily intake by food sources alone. Supplements can cause GI distress in most people and we now know that topical Magnesium is an effective means to improve our mineral stores. Our Elemental Relief products contain high levels of topical Magnesium and other essential trace minerals sourced naturally from an Australian aqueduct.