Magnesium is a Superhero for Anxiety

MgIs it any wonder that 40% of Americans report being as anxious or more than they were a year ago? Only 20% of people say they have less anxiety than they did a year ago. For what reason can we pinned this dilemma?

People report that health, finances, and safety are to blame for the increased anxiety. Knowing what I know about anxiety and also being tuned-into to the fact that a majority of Americans are deficient in magnesium – something tells me our diet may have a little to do with this mushroom cloud of anxiety.

The fact remains that there is no easy answer to mitigating anxiety. It’s a combination of free training yourself to deal with anxiety, removing the triggers of events that caused anxiety for you, and treating yourself with the right diet that entails healthy, nutritious foods. When your diet isn’t an easy fix – you can always supplement with some Natural Calm.

Who wouldn’t benefit from less stress, better sleep, and more bioavailable magnesium levels to combat anxiety? Mix 2 teaspoons with water about 40-minutes before sleep and enjoy sweet dreams and calming days.

The stigma of mental health is a nonissue, everybody’s doing it. People mostly agree that a sound mind leads to a healthier body. The simple addition of a water soluble magnesium to a drink daily is a no-brainer. C’mon, folks. Stop allowing yourself to be statistics. Take baby steps to dissipate your anxiety levels.

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About Allie Beatty

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