By Clair Whitty
DO YOU have pains and stiffness in muscles that you didn’t know you had?
Maybe you have overdone it in the garden. Or you’re sore from sitting on chairs that weren’t designed to be sat on for hours. Are you feeling tense and wound up?
You might need some extra magnesium. Not only because it is one of the minerals that we need most of but if you’re stressed and overdoing it you could be burning it up faster than normal.
Some signs of magnesium deficiency include bone and joint pain, muscle spasm, muscle cramping, fatigue, poor concentration, stress, and poor sleep.
Topping up with magnesium is a good idea. I think one or two of you will relate to these symptoms.
You might be interested in BetterYou transdermal Magnesium Body Oil.
This oil is absorbed through the skin and can increase the body’s cellular magnesium levels up to 5 times faster than oral supplements.
Absorption through the skin bypasses the digestive system providing a fast and effective dose. An extra boost of magnesium supports energy and relaxation.
It helps aid recovery of muscles, and relieves tension. It helps soreness, cramps, and restless legs.
BetterYou Magnesium Flakes in the bath are a fantastic way to help you to relax and soothe an aching body, relieving tension and reducing soreness.
When relaxing in a bath tub, the body releases Oxytocin, the so-called happiness or love hormone. For aching, tired, or sore feet use the flakes in a basin of water.
If sleep is your problem then choose BetterYou Magnesium Oil Sleep spray as it contains magnesium oil as well as essential oils associated with relaxation Clary Sage, Chamomile, and Bergamot.
An increase in relaxation reduces the feeling of anxiety and nervousness which decreases stress and tension.
Both the BetterYou magnesium oil and the BetterYou Magnesium Flakes are suitable for use during pregnancy.
Magnesium is an important mineral for pregnant women especially at the moment when stress levels are probably higher than normal.
You can increase your intake of foods that are a natural source of magnesium.
This includes green leafy veg, peas, and green beans. Add in some chia seeds and some extra nuts too.
For a Better You take a look at BetterYou magnesium range.