Finding your correct balance.
Do you experience irritability?
Anxiety, muscle cramps, or just plain burnt out.
Well you could be experiencing even the slightest drop in Magnesium.
It’s also believed that stress can cause you to lose more magnesium through the urine than is normal. So it can become a compounding problem. You get stressed out, lose magnesium, then you are even more at risk to overreact, trigger the stress response again, and lose even more magnesium.
When magnesium levels are low, every cell becomes hyper-excitable. Magnesium and calcium work together to regulate electrical impulses within cells. Calcium enters the cells, triggering an electrical impulse, and is then escorted out of the cell by magnesium. However, when magnesium levels are too low, calcium enters the cell and hangs out for a while causing cellular dysfunction, hyper-excitability, and prolonged contraction of muscles. Have you ever gotten a muscle twitch and wondered what in the heck was going on? Or maybe you’ve gotten in bed at night only to feel your heart pounding inappropriately? You are probably stressed, not sleeping, and deficient in magnesium.
Do you know clients that are stressed?
Well now is the time to help yourself, family, clients and friends.
Introduce Magnesium slowly to reduce loose stools. I prefer to recommend, Magnesium salt baths for feet 2-3 days in a row, then application of Magnesium Chloride liquid in our spray bottle before deodorant, under arms (watch if they have shaved it would sting), it will act as a natural deodorant but more importantly help enter the skin without leaving residue. Simply two sprays under arms and then use deodorant.
Daily application should see stress reduced and feeling a whole lot better. Build up dosage as you require.
Always consult a doctor prior if you have any medical problems or taking medication that may be reactive to magnesium.
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