No products in the cart.
Sleep plays a critical role in learning, and thinking. Lack of sleep negatively affects concentration, alertness, and attention and the consolidation of memories, which can make it difficult to retain learned information. Lack of sleep over time can contribute to disorders such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes and it is estimated that close to 90% of people who struggle with insomnia also live with another health condition. Read More
Magnesium is the most important major mineral that is needed by your body. In order to function correctly and efficiently your body needs many nutrients. But if it is deficient in magnesium, there are over 350 biochemical reactions that either won’t occur at all or will occur very inefficiently. Read More
Magnesium is mainly found inside the cells, it activates many enzymes and is necessary for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and amino acids. It is essential for the functions of muscles and nerves and for the formation of bones and teeth. Generally it counteracts and regulates the influence of calcium. Read More
Sleep is a natural periodic state of rest for both body and mind. Many people tend to ignore the importance of sleep, literally seeing it as a waste of productive time. If you happen to see things this way, you may be a workaholic. Working long hours and getting up very early gives us a lot of time to work, that is for sure. Read More