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Marathon - are you ready?


Are you preparing for a Marathon – charity event or running is your passion. It’s time to prepare with something that would make your muscles strong and flexible, deliver you energy, render you well rested, and keep stress at bay.

There just may be a magic mineral that does all of these things. Magnesium helps with energy, muscle strength, flexibility, sleep and stress management — everything you need.

You’re be hitting the uneven roads involved in mass running, head-to-toe muscle use and quick reflexes. Magnesium contributes to flexibility and helps to prevent injury by loosening tight muscles. Without enough magnesium, muscles can’t properly relax, possibly causing cramps. Low magnesium can create a build-up of lactic acid, known to cause post-workout pain and tightness. Also, much of the body’s energy comes from ATP (adenosine triphosphate) a molecule that captures chemical energy and uses it to fuel other processes in the body. ATP production depends on magnesium.

Magnesium helps the body produce more insulin like growth factor an essential part of long-term muscle growth and strength.

Magnesium helps to balance and control stress hormones. Specifically, magnesium is essential for the production of serotonin, which is responsible for relaxing the nervous system and lifting moods. Serotonin also contributes to healthy sleep. A lack of magnesium upends sleep not only because of its role in serotonin production but also because it topples the sleep regulating hormone melatonin.

Magnesium is one of the essential electrolytes needed for efficient hydration. 

Low magnesium leaves saliva with excess calcium and phosphorous, which can damage teeth and harm your winning smile.

Magnesium also builds strong bones, maintains heart health, helps to prevent diabetes by regulating blood sugar, prevents inflammation and strokes, boosts immunity, preserves a proper PH balance in the body, and relieves constipation. Phew. Magnesium might really be that magic bullet as it performs an essential role in every almost bodily function.

In fact, in the emergency room, magnesium is considered a critical medication for emergency heart, asthma, pregnancy preeclampsia and other life-threatening conditions because it has a relaxing effect and is found in every tissue.

Modern life conspires to steal our magnesium. Caffeine, phosphoric acid in soda, too much salt, extreme sweating, alcohol, prolonged stress, antibiotics and other medications drain our bodies of the much-needed mineral.

One of the most relaxing ways to absorb magnesium is to take a bath with Magnesium Chloride. Our skin is our largest organ for ingestion into the blood system so magnesium baths can both relax us and contribute to our magnesium intake.

Ensuring you have healthy levels of this mineral is not going to secure you first place across the line, but it will help you sleep well, boost his mood and lower your stress; make it less likely that your muscles cramp; and more likely that you’re flexible and energetic. These are good outcomes any time of the year.