I’ve seen many people stating an obvious fact such “sleep is important” or “8 hours of sleep is essential for your health” and so on. People with insomnia would want to tell them “we know that! And tell us how to really fall asleep other than not looking at a phone after 9pm!”.
Sleep is a luxury far too many human beings seem to chase after, unsuccessfully. It is becoming the new norm to see people come into work or school in the morning with clear signs of exhaustion from a restless night of tossing and turning. While of course, not every night is expected to be a night of comfort resting peacefully on pillow soft cloud, a deep and effectively restful sleep eludes a good percentage of the population. Rather than choosing to accept sleeplessness or exhaustion as a normal part of life or before becoming reliant upon over the counter sleep aids, consider incorporating one of nature’s natural sleep aids, magnesium, into your daily diet. Not only will the body function at more optimal levels by being able to distribute more magnesium to carry out normal bodily functions, but it will also begin to experience very natural feelings of calmness. Magnesium relaxes your muscle, and that is why when you are deficient, you experience muscle cramps and spasm. Muscle cramp is telling that you they don’t have enough Mg to relax with.
Once one is able to experience calm, quieting both your body and mind from the never-ending rat race that is life, they will be able to achieve a restful and relaxed mental and physical state and not only induce sleep, but maintain a deep, restful night’s sleep that will leave them feeling refreshed and revitalized.
Incorporate magnesium into your life to help cure your insomnia or other sleep related issues and notice a difference that will truly positively affect your quality of life.
Let’s Mg up.