Reduce your anxiety with magnesium
Posted by Caim Able on
Beyond the emotional and psychological needs, magnesium plays a vital role in biochemical reactions all over your body - it is involved in a lot of cell transport activities. Your bones are a major reservoir for magnesium (this is why osteoporosis is a magnesium issue, not a calcium one) and it is the counter-ion for calcium and potassium in muscle cells, including the heart. If your magnesium is too low, you can experience muscle cramps, arrythmias, and even sudden death.