is called the anti-stress mineral. It is used to calm nerves, promote sleep
and proper digestion. Magnesium is one of the few essential nutrients for which deficiencies are fairly common. Did you know that you need a minimum of 350 to 400 mg of magnesium, preferably magnesium citrate, daily? Because of its effect on various enzymes, a deficiency of magnesium leads to a wide range of symptoms, including irritability, fatigue, insomnia
, cardiovascular problems, pain, depression, asthma, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), muscle weakness, cramps, anxiety, panic attacks, migraine headaches and high blood pressure. Calcium and magnesium are essential for preventing heart disease, the nation's number one killer. Within the last fifty years, research indicates that approximately eight million people have died from heart failure, due to a lack of magnesium alone.
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