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Does Magnesium Really Affect Longevity and Brain Health?

Does Magnesium Really Affect Longevity and Brain Health?

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More than 83% of people in the nation are magnesium deficient -YES, that is a fact. The good news is that visiting Cloud9 Float Spa and Wellness Center can help!

Magnesium deficiency can lead to a range of chronic health issues, including calcium deficiency, poor heart health, weakness, anxiety, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, respiratory issues, fatigue, poor memory, and confusion.

Magnesium is intimately involved in over six hundred reactions in the body, including the metabolism of food, the transmission of nerve impulses, the synthesis of fatty acids and proteins, muscle movements, gene maintenance, and protein formation. It is one of seven essential microminerals that must be consumed daily in large amounts—100 milligrams or more. We store about 25 grams of magnesium in our body, with more than 50% of this being stored in the skeletal system. The rest goes to muscles, soft tissue, and bodily fluids. The only way to obtain the magnesium your body needs to support you properly is by infusion – and this is where floating comes in as the preferred mind-and-body solution to receiving magnesium.

Magnesium is essential for proper brain function and mood regulation. Research indicates that without enough magnesium, you are more prone to depression, which impacts over 14.8 million American adults. Studies also indicate that even having a slight reduction level of magnesium can cause severe changes in how the heart, blood vessels, blood cells and other tissues function.

How Do I Know If I Have Magnesium Deficiency?
Some signs you may be magnesium deficient include the following:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Muscle cramps
  • High blood pressure
  • Hormone problems
  • Sleep issues
  • Low energy
  • Low vitamins D and K

It has been scientifically proven that a one-hour float can absorb up to 27% of a person’s needed magnesium.

How Does Magnesium Help Me Function?
When a person includes floating in their monthly health program, they not only increase their immune system but also help their whole system remain in better health. Studies further indicate that even having a slightly reduced level of magnesium can cause severe changes in how the heart, blood vessels, blood cells, and other tissues function.

Magnesium is critical for proper electrical and mechanical functioning within nerves, muscles (such as the heart), and blood vessels.

Research has shown that low brain magnesium is evident during a migraine attack. One study found that regular floating reduces the frequency as well as the intensity of migraine attacks by just over 41%. With regular floating, sufferers can reduce or mostly eliminate migraine attacks.

What Are Some Other Good Sources of Magnesium?
Magnesium-rich foods are found abundantly in nature. Try these delicious options:

  • Spinach
  • Seeds: Pumpkin, sunflower, sesame, chia, hemp, and flax seeds (anti-inflammatory
    and rich in protein)
  • Cocoa/cacao, including dark chocolate
  • Almonds, which are also high in protein and vitamin E
  • Bananas: The best source of magnesium among all common fruits (also a great source of vitamin C)
  • Coffee: The highest source of liquid magnesium you can consume. Remember
    that calcium from milk and refined sugar can interfere with magnesium absorption. Drink black coffee or add whole-food
    sweeteners like honey instead.

What Is Considered a Regular Floating Schedule?
Research has indicated that if the floater has any autoimmune diagnosis, their floating schedule would be floating weekly for 60 minutes for the first two months, then moved to twice monthly to see how they feel. Yes, your body will let you know in many ways if you are where you need to be with your magnesium level. We are all different, so what applies to one person may not work for the next.

Floating is a very individual health regime. What we found to work for the majority of clients is to start with at least six one-hour sessions and then move to twice monthly, at which time we can evaluate the client’s magnesium level.

Improve your health today! Call Cloud9 Float Spa & Wellness Center at 239.887.4161 to schedule your life-altering sessions. Cloud9 Float Spa & Wellness Center team members are here to answer any questions about the health benefits of magnesium and floating and help you start your health journey. All Cloud9 Float Spa team members are here to help you achieve a better life. With this one simple addition to your lifestyle, you can live longer and become healthier.

Come be part of the solution to a healthy life at Fort Myers Cloud 9 Float Spa today! Lynn Brewer, co-owner of Cloud9 Float Spa & Wellness Center, located at 13710 Metropolis Ave., Suite 104, Fort Myers, FL 33912.

Call 239.887.4161, email: info@c9floatspa.com, and visit: www.c9floatspa.com. SWFL’s Only Float Spa.