It’s no secret that magnesium is an essential part to our bodily functions. It’s a co-factor for over 300 enzymes that regulate various biochemical reactions.
Without sufficient magnesium in our body, we would not be able to function. Nearly every muscle and every nerve in our body relies on it, so without it, we would have no power over controlling any of our muscles, which includes the most important muscle, our heart.
You can see now how essential magnesium is to our everyday living, but more importantly it’s key to detect whether or not you have magnesium deficiency. Read on to learn about the 12 signs that you’re body is lacking magnesium.
Low Energy: At least 300 chemical reactions depend on sufficient magnesium flowing throughout the body, and a good chunk of that is for energy production.
So if you are constantly feeling tired or drained, and you are getting your eight hours of sleep every night, then there is a chance that you need more magnesium in your diet.
Twitching or Cramping: As mentioned already, magnesium plays a vital role for each of our muscles, which includes muscle relaxation. Insufficient magnesium would result in unintended muscle movement.
Without magnesium in our body, our muscles would be in a constant state of contraction. This is not only unhealthy, but can also prove to be very annoying and distracting.
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