What is Reacted Magnesium Good For?

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What is Reacted Magnesium Good For?

In short…it’s good for you!

Okay, okay, we can do better than that. Read on to see some of the benefits of a reacted magnesium supplement.


What is Reacted Magnesium?

First, we’ll start with what it is. Magnesium is an essential mineral, which means it is vital to the healthy function of your body.


What is Reacted Magnesium Good For?

Like you probably do in both your work and home life, magnesium wears many hats. In fact, it is involved in hundreds of essential biochemical roles in the body, including blood and glucose levels, cardiovascular support, energy production, relaxation, and more. 


How Do I Know If I am Magnesium Deficient?

Magnesium deficiency, also known as hypomagnesemia, has many potential symptoms, because as we mentioned, it plays a role in a lot of vital functions in your body. However, it’s important to note that many of these potential symptoms may have other causes besides magnesium deficiency, and in those cases, supplementing may not be effective.

Here are some potential signs of magnesium deficiency:

As you can see, each of these symptoms has several potential causes, so while supplementing with magnesium may improve these symptoms for some individuals, it will not be the right solution in all cases.

Additionally, while it is not a symptom, it’s important to note that certain medical conditions like diabetes are known to cause your body to lose magnesium.


Should I Take a Magnesium Supplement?

It is believed that magnesium deficiency is underreported and underdiagnosed, and that at least 50% of the population does not get enough. 

So while we can’t answer that question through your screen as you read this, if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, or have further questions about magnesium or any other supplements, schedule some time to talk with Dr. Sara or Dr. Nick for further guidance!


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