Why Is Magnesium So Important?

A deficiency of magnesium can cause many problems, such as an inability to sleep, digestive problems, hypertension (high blood pressure).

Magnesium relaxes nerves, relieves tension and helps with sleep. Why? Because it relaxes your nerves so you can sleep. An inability to sleep could be said to be inability to relax.

Magnesium is necessary for proper brain, nerve, lung and digestive function. It, with calcium, works to make your nerves function properly so they can send the correct messages to all your organs, glands and muscles so they can carry out your body’s functions.

Magnesium is responsible for your body’s energy at a cellular level. If you have adequate levels of magnesium, aging can be slowed down or even reverted.

It plays a key role in more than 300 chemical reactions in your body. It is vital for the processing of carbohydrates and amino acids (digestive system), reduces your risk of diabetes, improves your heart function and so many other functions. You can imagine that, being responsible for more than 300 chemical reactions, how much work can get done if you have sufficient levels. It also keeps other minerals such as calcium, sodium and potassium in balance. Deficiencies cause many body functions to be less than optimum and you feel these with certain symptoms. However, by the time you feel the symptoms, those organs and glands have probably been suffering shortages for some time.

Symptoms of a magnesium deficiency:

·    Emotional: irritability, depression, anxiety, restlessness (hyperactivity) and mood  swings. Could deficiencies be the cause of increased use of psychiatric drugs?

·    Structural: chronic fatigue and weakness, muscle spasms, osteoporosis

·    Cardiovascular: high blood pressure, fatty yellow arterial plaque, irregular heartbeat

·    Neurological: migraine headaches, excessive noise and pain sensitivity

·    Blood sugar difficulties

·    Premenstrual syndrome

·    Inability to sleep


Causes of magnesium deficiency:

·    Alcohol, sodas, sugar

·   Chocolate and coffee

·   High animal protein intake

·   Isolated calcium supplementation creates imbalances and contributes to magnesium loss

·   Stress

·    Loud music or noise

·   High dairy intake

·   High salt intake

·    Excessive heat

Proper Balance Calcium and Magnesium

Calcium and magnesium should be in a 2:1 ratio in order for your body to be able absorb either of them. If you have a deficiency of one or the other, your body will just draw the missing one from organs, glands, tissues, bones resulting in deficiencies of the missing mineral. That’s why it’s important to take a supplement that has this balanced properly.

In addition, because calcium and magnesium are both alkaline, they can’t be absorbed unless they have the correct pH. To achieve the correct pH, they need to be taken with apple cider vinegar or vitamin C.

We opted for the vitamin C because the apple cider vinegar can be quite a challenge for some people because of the taste.  Our Instant CalMag-C has been formulated in a laboratory to provide the correct 2:1 ratio of calcium to magnesium, along with vitamin C to ensure the correct pH is present.

Many people report instant results – you can feel the difference in 15 minutes.

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