IDNutrition / Magnesium


Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, is essential to good health, and may help support a healthy immune system and sleep patterns.


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Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and is essential to good health. Approximately 50% of the body's total magnesium content is found in our bones. The other 50% is found predominantly inside the cells of our body tissues and organs. Magnesium helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps heart rhythms steady, supports a healthy immune system and keeps bones strong. Magnesium also helps regulate healthy blood sugar and blood pressure levels and is known to be involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis.

Benefits of Magnesium

May promote a healthy heart rhythm.

May help to stimulate and preserve bone structure by drawing calcium out of the blood.

Deficiency of this key nutrient can stop the brain from 'turning off' and allowing the body to get productive and restorative sleep.

Critical for protein synthesis and nail growth.


It well established that Magnesium has important effects within the vascular system and low magnesium levels associated with an increased risk of stroke. Several studies have indicated that supplementation with Magnesium reduces the risk in individuals with Coronary Heart Disease.


Magnesium plays a role in the regulation of calcium, making it essential for bone health. Clinical studies have shown mixed results towards magnesium supplementation for bone health. Genetic research shows that individuals with a family history of cardiovascular disease may be at higher risk of developing heart-related problems. Maintaining proper levels of Magnesium is vital to the proper functioning of many physiologic processes in the body, including the cardiovascular system. Poor diet, malabsorption (failure to assimilate nutrients properly) or drugs such as diuretics may cause Magnesium deficiency. Several studies have shown that using supplements such as Magnesium may alleviate cardiovascular disease, including myocardial infarction and stroke. In addition, some observational studies have associated higher blood levels of Magnesium with lower risk of coronary heart disease.


Some evidence suggests that magnesium supplementation may help with occasional sleeplessness, especially if you are deficient in magnesium.*. Sleep -- Magnesium deficiency may produce irritability of the nervous system and disrupted sleep patterns due to altered electrical activity in the brain. Studies suggest that Magnesium supplements may improve sleep quality, thereby helping individuals feel more energized and rested in the morning.


Clinical studies show that appropriate levels of Magnesium may play a key role in achieving optimal levels of mental energy. Magnesium is necessary to regulate potassium levels and adrenal function, required for increased mental focus as well as maintain higher energy levels. Depletion of Magnesium can inhibit energy production and can result in fatigue. ChronoMed Magnesium is formulated to help replenish the appropriate levels of this important nutrient and improve levels of mental and physical energy.

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