Tag: insomnia

Do You Have Good Sleep Hygiene?

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 for Your Nervous System

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 Chloride for Health

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

Cellular Vitality and Magnesium Gel

Magnesium soothes the sympathetic nervous system, allowing for deeper, proper rest and greatly aids the body in producing amino acids which help every chemical reaction that takes place in the body Read More

Glutathione: Master Antioxidant

Your body is designed with an amazing cell cleanser, detoxifier, free radical neutralizer, and inflammation reducer called glutathione (GSH). It is the most concentrated of all intercellular endogenous antioxidants. Read More

What Are the Benefits of Magnesium Supplements?

Multiple studies have shown that many diseases may be related to magnesium deficiency. Our transdermal magnesium supplements offer you several ways to add this vital mineral to your health program. Read More

Magnesium: Nutritional Aspects

Magnesium: research suggests that a shortage of magnesium may put you at increased risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, and maybe migraines. Read More

Magnesium Shortage

USP grade magnesium chloride can be safely used for all forms of magnesium administration: intravenous (IV), intramuscular injection, oral, nebulization as well as transdermal applications. Read More

Magnesium Imbalance

Magnesium is necessary for the formation and functioning of healthy bones, teeth, muscles, and nerves. Read More

Dance of Calcium and Magnesium

Magnesium is crucial in creating new cells, activating your B vitamins, relaxing your muscles, clotting your blood and forming your adenosine triphosphate (ATP-the energy on which our bodies run). The secretion and action of insulin also require magnesium. Read More

Ecklonia Cava – Fibromyalgia

Ecklonia Cava – Fibromyalgia improvements were achieved at all doses. Patients given the placebo had no improvement during the study. Read More

Stress Results in Dangerous Cortisol Build-Up

Prolonged high levels of cortisol can throw the immune system into chaos and really wreck your body. Read More

Sleep 101

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

Insomnia

Too much or too little food can interfere with sleep and creates one of two things: an overly acidic body or dropping blood sugars. Read More

Clinical Studies for EMPowerplus

New micronutrient formula is offering new hope in the lives of those who suffer with Mental and Mood disorders Read More

Depression

Your mental state of being is very directly connected to your biological health Read More

Magnesium and Your Heart Health

In a recent study of more than 230 people with frequent arrhythmias, the likelihood of these abnormal rhythms dropped significantly within three weeks after the participants increased the amount of magnesium and potassium in their diets. Read More