You bet it is.
One of the common symptoms of dementia onset is altered sleep, with research increasingly suggesting that sleep patterns may contribute to the disease.
Let me begin this blog by stating unequivocally, it is not my intention to suggest that magnesium will cure or reverse dementia. What I am highlighting is the clear and proven ability of magnesium to assist people suffering or experiencing sleep deprivation.
One of the many benefits attributed to magnesium use is improved sleep – whether it be simply helping you stay asleep longer, fall asleep faster, or battle recurring bouts of insomnia.
We often don’t consider just how crucial getting sufficient amounts of undisturbed, quality sleep is for overall health and well-being – the focus often being placed instead on diet and exercise. It’s certainly not new or shocking that a lack of sleep can lead to any number of mental health issues and even death, but sleep research over the last decade has been uncovering deeper connections to illness and disease than we’ve suspected in the past. Our brain is still quite an enigma in the grand scheme of things, but one thing is for sure, it’s ultimately in the driver’s seat of our biological processes. Lack of sleep equates to neglect… neglect of the most important organ in your body.
In the case of sleep, it’s the primary ingredient in muscle relaxation, has a neuroprotective effect that is absolutely crucial to each and every stage of sleep, assists in slowing metabolic processes and lowering brain temperature as your body attempts to repair daily damage during sleep cycles, and helps regulate key hormones responsible for not only helping you fall asleep, but keeping you asleep.
If a deep, nourishing sleep evades you then you really should give our 'SLEEP BUNDLE' a shot,