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Can't Sleep? Try Magnesium

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Only about 25% of Americans are at or above the recommended level of magnesium. This important mineral is critical for your body's function. There are many symptoms of magnesium deficiency including, muscle twitches and cramps, tension headaches, menstrual cramps, anxiety, high blood pressure and of course, insomnia. 

If you have difficulty falling asleep or are waking easily and/or frequently there is a good chance your body's magnesium levels are short. Some people say that you will notice a difference in sleep quality in only 24 hours after adding magnesium to your diet. 

There are many foods high in magnesium making it easy to add to diet. Foods that naturally contain magnesium are leafy greens, legumes, nuts, seeds, squash, fish, avocado, and bananas. 

In addition to adding magnesium rich foods to your diet you may consider a supplement. Personally, we've had success with Natural Calm, a powdered form of magnesium that dissolves easily in water. 

With magnesium affecting so many different bodily functions and with the high likelihood of not getting enough, what's the harm in adding a supplement or magnesium rich foods? Chances are it will help you sleep more soundly, and maybe help your body in other ways too.

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