Stress Relief in Magnesium or Tapping?

MagnesiumWith life comes stress. It’s part of the deal. Our body needs stress to grow. Our brains need it to grow pathways. But when you’re overloaded with stress how do you know and what can you do about it?

Let’s talk about balance. It’s about stress eating. It’s about weight fluctuations. It’s about being a frenzied squirrel. These are signs you could be running on a magnesium deficit. These are also subtle cues you may be pushing the red line of stress. Lucky for you magnesium is the natural answer for stress.

The best choices to get a natural mineral back into our bodies can be done by eating more of it. What foods gift us the disarming nutrient for less stress? Think nuts, seeds, and dark chocolate.

For those of you not keen on the foods listed above or featured in the video, there’s always an easy way to embrace Zen in a pill. Who doesn’t want better sleep, a healthier brain, and less anxiety? Magtein is safe, effective, and proven!

Last resort if diet or supplements don’t ring your bell – try tapping. Tapping is a technique whereby you tap yourself at different points on your body. It may look like nothing you’d expect to relieve stress but who cares? If it helps alleviate stress and all other options don’t work for you – give it a try!

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