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There is nothing new or revolutionary about soaking in Magnesium rich waters - your ancestors have done it for thousands of years!
You are not alone seeking a better night sleep!
According to the CDC, an estimated 50-70 million US adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder with countless others suffering from both personal and/or professional activities.
In fact, self-reported sleep related difficulties among adults over the age of 20 are widespread:
• Concentrating on Things - 23.2%
• Remembering Things - 18.2%
• Working on Hobbies - 13.3%
• Driving or Taking Public Transportation - 11.3%
• Taking Care of Financial Affairs - 10.5%
• Performing Employed or Volunteer Work - 8.6%
Although these stats are revealing, the lack of daily quality sleep robs every aspect of your life of energy, enjoyment and richness.
Don't Suffer Anymore!
You've likely tried many things over the years to achieve sleep restoration to varying degrees of success. These things many have included many over the counter medications, physical fitness, vacations, alcohol, mindfulness training, stress reduction techniques, etc.
But...you are here, searching for yet another sleep restoration solution.
Let me encourage you, there is hope and the solution is both simple and natural. Over 90% of Americans are deficient in Magnesium. Magnesium regulates nerves in the body and is responsible for the relaxation phase of the muscles and the heart.
Magnesium (the relaxer) is required at the center of every cell in the body. When the cells are low in magnesium, calcium (the constrictor) moves to the center of the cell to protect the cell integrity. This causes EVERY CELL in the body to be tight. It is little wonder we suffer from muscle stiffness, headaches, insomnia, rage, anxiety and stress!
Magnesium is required for the proper function of over 325 enzymatic processes in the body. Magnesium is needed to keep the brain, nerves, flexors, motor nerves, spinal nerves and functions throughout the system functioning properly.
Proper levels of magnesium can significantly impact both the size and scope of your sleep restoration.