Magnesium Oil Spray 200ml in Blue Glass Bottle Aches, Pains and
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Magnesium Oil Spray 200ml in Blue Glass Bottle Aches, Pains and

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A U.S gov study on dietary habits estimated that 68% of the population is Magnesium deficient, or will become deficient. The UK recommended intake for Magnesium (the daily amount deemed adequate to prevent deficiencies in 97.5% of the UK population) is set at 300mgs for men and 270mgs for women. Many people needlessly suffer from a lack of health and suffering because they do not get enough. Insulin is enhanced by magnesium and in fact, you can't transfer glucose into cells without magnesium. Magnesium deficiency can lead to fatigue. The biggest problem of all that is brought about by magnesium deficiency is muscle cramps and if you have connected the dots then you will know muscle cramp in the heart is not good.

Possible Signs of Deficiencies: Muscle cramps, spasms, twitches or tremors. Regular or excessive fatigue. Feelings of irritability and or lethargy. Frequent mood swings, including depression, anxiety and panic attacks. Pre-menstrual bloating and cramping. Restless legs, seizures, hiccups, pins and needles in extremities, abnormal heart rhythm, the feeling of a lump in the throat. Dizziness, insomnia, nervous system disorders.

Is your Heart is crying out for Magnesium?
Scientific evidence suggests Magnesium plays a crucial role in supporting your heart.

We must get the correct balance between Magnesium and Calcium, so few people get enough Magnesium in their diet, while Calcium tends to be overused and taken in high quantities.

As mentioned already lack of Magnesium tends to trigger muscle spasms, and this has consequences for your heart in particular. This is especially true if you also have excessive calcium (this causes muscle contractions).

Dr Carolyn Dean, the author of "The Magnesium Miracle," says your heart has the highest magnesium requirement of any organ, specifically your left ventricle.

With insufficient amounts of magnesium, your heart simply cannot function properly. Hypertension (high blood pressure), cardiac arrhythmia, cardiovascular disease (CVD) and sudden cardiac death are all potential effects of magnesium deficiency and/or a lopsided magnesium to calcium ratio.

Relax its Magnesium
Magnesium is the mineral that allows your body to relax, aids sleep. The master mineral that makes the others work properly. The most important mineral missing in modern food. Called the miracle mineral and the beauty mineral by the Chinese, Magnesium is the key mineral for good health and is required daily.

Women's Health
Incredibly, in Japan, only 10% of women experience hot flushes during menopause. In Europe, that figure is far higher coming up towards 80%. The Japanese consume a very large amount of seaweed which is very high in both magnesium and iodine. It's a good idea to take B vitamins particularly B6 when using magnesium. These can be found in brewers yeast and in really high-quality multi-mineral/multivitamins.

Magnesium (Cardiovascular Protector)
According to a systematic review and meta-analysis published in 2013, "circulating and dietary Magnesium are inversely associated with CVD risk." This means the lower your magnesium intake (and the lower the circulating magnesium in your body), the higher your risk for CVD.

Each 0.2 millimoles per litre (mmol/L) of circulating magnesium was associated with a 30% lower risk of CVD.

200 milligram per day (mg/d) increase in dietary magnesium was associated with a 22% lower risk of fatal ischemic heart disease (IHD) but had no significant impact on CVD risk.

The inverse association between dietary magnesium intake and IHD also leveled out above 250 mg/d. The authors noted their finding "supports the need for clinical trials to evaluate the potential role of magnesium in the prevention of CVD and IHD." The Weston A. Price Foundation has also noted that: Magnesium shines brightest in cardiovascular health. It alone can fulfill the role of many common cardiac medications: magnesium inhibits blood clots (like aspirin), thins the blood (like Coumadin), blocks calcium uptake (like calcium channel-blocking drugs such as Procardia) and relaxes blood vessels (like ACE inhibitors such as Vasotec)".

Improve your Workout / Athletic Performance
With a decent workout, you could require 10–20% extra Magnesium compared to resting. Magnesium helps move blood sugar into your muscles and dispose of lactic acid, which can build up in muscles during exercise and cause pain.

Studies have shown that supplementing with it can boost exercise performance for athletes, the elderly and people with chronic disease.

One study showed volleyball players who took 250 mg of magnesium per day experienced improvements in jumping and arm movements.

Another study, athletes who supplemented with Magnesium for 4 weeks had faster running, cycling and swimming times during a triathlon. They also experienced reductions in insulin and stress hormone levels.

The Electrolyte
Magnesium also functions as an electrolyte, which is crucial for all electrical activity in your body. Without electrolytes such as magnesium, potassium and sodium, electrical signals cannot be sent or received, and without these signals, your heart cannot pump blood and your brain cannot function properly.

Food Depletion 
The magnesium we used to get in food tends now to be missing as a result of modern agriculture and more and more people are suffering from the symptoms of this crime against humanity. A soil deficiency of magnesium will lead to magnesium-deficient plants, animals and humans. It has been known since the 1930s that a diet low in magnesium leads to serious illness. In fact, French research done in the 1930s proved beyond doubt that the level of serious disease in Europe at that time was 10 times the level experienced by people living in Egypt which had a high magnesium content in its soil and therefore its food. If an Egyptian moved to Europe or the US, within a few years of eating the European or US diet they would experience the rate of a serious illness 10 times that found in Egypt.

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