Several researchers and studies have supported this, noting a significant decrease in PMS symptoms when Magnesium levels are increased daily via supplementation. On a study of 192 women increasing their Magnesium levels daily for PMS, 95% experienced less breast pain, had less weight gain, 89% suffered less nervous tension and 43% had fewer headaches... where do we sign up?
Other PMS symptoms reduced with increased Magnesium intake include:
We recommend increasing your overall Magnesium levels with any of our Natural Magnesium Products, especially in the week before your monthlies – applying on the upper body in the morning and the lower at night. You can also apply your Amazing Oils symptomatically on the lower abdomen to assist in easing pain and cramping of the uterus, often experienced with during painful periods.
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Another crucial benefit to women maintaining sufficient Magnesium levels is the positive effect it can have on their mood and ability to get quality rest.Irritability, low mood, anxiety, stress and insomnia are all symptoms commonly experienced by women, especially during times of hormonal change and surprisingly can often (although not always) be linked to a Magnesium deficiency - see there's an actual medical reason, knew it.
Considered the ‘most powerful relaxation mineral’, Magnesium has a calming effect on the nervous system, so it can be used quite effectively to calm irritated and over-excited nerves, promoting relaxation. Magnesium is also required to release adequate amounts of the ‘happy hormone’ serotonin, which in turn is critical for mood regulation and balanced mental functioning.So you can only imagine, what would happen to your mood and stress levels if your body were deficient of Magnesium... People, take cover!
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