Magnesium and calcium are fundamental nutrients that need to be in balance with each other in order for you to fully experience good health. Their importance on a cellular level is critical. Calcium and magnesium are like opposite sides of a coin.
Calcium excites nerves, while magnesium calms them down. Calcium makes muscles contract. Magnesium is necessary for muscles to relax. Calcium is needed for blood clotting, but magnesium keeps the blood flowing freely.
What it does: supports healthy magnesium levels.
Cells, which in their resting state contain magnesium, go through a change when we experience stress. Calcium that usually is outside of the cell enters the cell and the calcium level becomes high.
This is the action state in which a muscle cell, for example, will contract and tense the muscle. The magnesium then pushes the calcium out of the cell and the cell is again in its resting, relaxed state.
But what happens to a cell that is not in balance—where the magnesium level in the body is deficient?
The cell is never fully in it’s resting state. That means calcium can continuously leak into the cells and stimulate cell activity.
The result is stress accompanied by one or more of the magnesium deficiency symptoms.
What Magnesium does:
- Helps your muscles and nerves function properly
- Keeps your heart rhythm steady
- Supports a healthy immune system
- Assists in keeping your bones strong
- Helps regulate blood sugar levels
- Promotes normal blood pressure
- Is required for producing and storing energy
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