Magnesium is a mineral that is involved in over 300 enzymatic reactions in your body. It is required for energy production, muscle and nerve function, blood pressure regulation, bone strength and more. Modern day diets can tend to be deficient in magnesium due to poor mineral content in the soil and food processing. This is where a good quality magnesium supplement could come in handy to support vital processes in the body.
Cabot Health's (formerly Sandra Cabot Health Formulations) Magnesium Complete combines four different types of magnesium to optimise the absorption and utilisation of magnesium in the body.
Magnesium helps relax and calm your nervous system. Stress depletes magnesium stores in your body, making you more susceptible to stress, thus creating a vicious cycle of stress and magnesium depletion.
Some studies have shown that magnesium supplementation may help relieve headaches or migraines by reducing blood vessel constriction and spasms in your head. Magnesium could be used to reduce the frequency and severity of headaches and migraines.
Electrolyte imbalance is often linked with muscle cramps or spasms. Out of all the electrolytes, magnesium is the most commonly deficient and is associated with muscular cramps, spasms, and tightness.
Because magnesium helps to calm the nervous system, it may be a good supplement to take before bed to help reduce stress and promote relaxation. Stress is a common cause of a poor night's sleep, so helping to reduce stress may be beneficial for a restful sleep.
Magnesium plays an important role in glucose metabolism. It assists with insulin release and glucose transport for use as energy. It therefore could be beneficial for those who are insulin resistant or type 2 diabetic.
Inadequate levels of magnesium may reduce levels of serotonin- the happy hormone. Increasing magnesium levels may assist with your overall mood.
Magnesium may be beneficial in cases of constipation. Magnesium may help to relax the bowel for easier passing.
Magnesium may help to relax the walls of the arteries, allowing blood to flow more freely. It also may help to reduce stress, which is a risk factor for high blood pressure.
Magnesium plays a vital role in the energy production pathway. Depleted magnesium stores could contribute to symptoms of low energy.
A large amount of magnesium is stored in your bones. Studies have shown that magnesium deficiency is associated with decreased bone density and increased risk of fracture. Magnesium could help to maintain healthy bones.
Adults: Take 2 to 4 tablets per day or as directed by your healthcare professional.
|Magnesium Orotate Dihydrate||200mg|
|Equivalent to Elemental Magnesium||12.8mg|
|Magnesium Gluconate Dihydrate||92.76mg|
|Equivalent to Elemental Magnesium||5mg|
|Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate||275mg|
|Equivalent to Elemental Magnesium||55mg|
|Equivalent to Elemental Magnesium||23.76mg|
|Total Elemental Magnesium||97mg|