If you’re having trouble falling asleep, are not sleeping deeply enough, or wake feeling weak and “fuzzy-headed” …
… then maybe you need to consider taking magnesium supplements.
According to a recent study, about 80% of North Americans are deficient in Magnesium.
If that includes you, then you’re upsetting over 300 crucial enzymatic processes in your body.
This, in turn, will prevent you from getting quality sleep.
Magnesium supplements are one of the cheapest, most effective ways to ignite your body’s own self-healing capability.
Now, don’t just go out and buy any old magnesium supplement …
The thing is, there are many forms of Magnesium, and they all have different characteristics.
On top of that, some forms are highly Bioavailable to your cells, while others can have as little as a 1% conversion rate to a usable form in your body …
What does that mean, exactly?
The more Bioavailable a form of Magnesium is, the more effortlessly it flows inside your cells, profoundly correcting any deficiencies and promoting deep, restful sleep.
This also means no extra work is needed by your already overtaxed cells, so you require far less per dose …
AND excess amounts don’t lodge in your fatty tissues over time, causing downstream toxicity effects like weight loss resistance.
OK … now you understand what you’re looking for, here’s the two that work best …
1. Glycinate: aka the “sleep one;” it includes Glycine, an amino acid that promotes deep sleep.
2. Taurate: this amino acid helps magnesium cross cell membranes and promotes a calm mental state to boot.
Before you take either (or both) make sure you know why you’re taking them, therefore, when the best time of day is to activate them … for example:
If you struggle with anxiety and mental calmness during the day, then take them first thing in the morning.
On the other hand, if you feel “relaxed enough” during the day but need to wind down and sleep deep at night, then take them in the evening, after dinner.
Either way … Be careful - you will become very relaxed and sleepy!
Make sure you’re not working, driving, or doing anything else you don’t want to nod off doing.
With luck, you should fall asleep faster, sleep more deeply, and have more energy the next day.
Then, if you like how these supplements make you feel, maybe you’re ready to try another …
There’s one little-known type of magnesium - with HUGE secondary benefits - the most Bioavailable form of all …
To Better Health, Theo