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Stress & Magnesium

Chronic stress has become so prevalent that it almost seems normal, especially in the last couple of years. Stress comes in a variety of forms such as mental, chemical, and physical stress (yes, heavy exercise!). By now most are aware that  long term stress has serious health implications. So, what can we do? While we can’t control the outside world, we can help our bodies manage stress.

Magnesium has been called the ‘master’ mineral, critical to thousands of biochemical processes that affect the brain, stress response and many other systems in the body including blood sugar regulation, inflammation, blood pressure, sleep, detoxification, relaxation, bone health, energy & heart health. It also activates other important minerals such as vitamin D and K2 to optimize their broad impacts on the body. Read more: Benefits of Magnesium.

Magnesium Deficiency Cycle

Unfortunately, magnesium deficiency is common with today’s food supply and is correlated with stress and anxiety. Those who are deficient tend to feel more anxious and stressed. Compounding the deficiency, when we become stressed or anxious, the body uses up more magnesium. At the same time, we also use up more vitamin C that our adrenal glands need to cope with the stress hormone cortisol. It’s a losing cycle.

High Quality, Gentle Magnesium

At Genesis BioHealth, our magnesium contains a proprietary blend of four broadly effective, bioavailable magnesium complexes that are gentle on the GI tract with ZERO fillers. It also includes vitamin C that works synergistically with the magnesium. We aren’t the cheapest, but our quality and efficacy is outstanding in the market. Our customers tell us they feel the difference and we think you will, too. Learn more…

Other Natural Stress Management Tips

  • Reduce chemical stress by removing toxic products from your home and body care routine.
  • Eat a clean, nutrient dense diet. 
  • Get movement daily, especially outdoors.
  • Start a gratitude journal or count your blessings.
  • Prioritize sleep.
  • Practice deep breathing.



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