Especially if you have recurring headaches or migraines, restless leg syndrome or cramps of any kind, or trouble sleeping feeling better could be as easy as upping the Magnesium. Everything from demineralization of our soil to the use of chemicals in our water supply, has contributed to a widespread magnesium deficiency in our population. There are many brands and many types of magnesium so choose the one that makes the most sense for you.
Magnesium l-Threonate is a great choice if you are working on your cognitive health or memory issues. Also a great choice for people who have trouble sleeping, especially achieving enough REM sleep.
Magnesium Citrate is most commonly recommended for people with sluggish bowels (not pooping at least once a day) and is also very effective in children as well as lower doses. The Magnesium Citrate I like is
I personally take a product that offers a blend of Magnesium sources in one capsule:
It is estimated that 60-70% of us are magnesium deficient and the supplements are relatively inexpensive. Try a bottle for a month and see how you feel! Remember it helps to keep a brief health journal to track changes and discover patterns.