Magnesium: Mother Nature’s designated mineral for better sleep
As you may know, melatonin is a hormone that encourages sleep. There are 4 different steps your body takes to metabolize melatonin and make it usable, and all 4 steps require the presence of magnesium.
That’s why… When you need sleep, you need magnesium!
A recent study involved 100 men and women between the ages of 51 and 85, all of whom suffered from poor-quality sleep.
Half of the group was given a daily magnesium supplement of 320mg, while the other half was given a placebo.
At the end of the study, participants in the (lucky) magnesium group experienced improved sleep.*
A double-blind, clinical study of 43 elderly people in Tehran were randomly assigned to receive either 500 milligrams of magnesium or a placebo for eight weeks.
Those who received magnesium had statistically significant increases in sleep time, slept better, fell asleep faster and spent more of their time in bed asleep.*
Ready to fall asleep faster, sleep better, and feel peppier the next morning?*