How To Make An Anti-Anxiety, Anti-Stress Magnesium Drink

How To Make An Anti-Anxiety, Anti-Stress Magnesium Drink

One of the minerals that have a significant role when it comes to supporting health and wellness is magnesium. It is also the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. As a matter of fact, every single cell in the body has magnesium and it needs it to properly function.

Magnesium is mostly an overlooked mineral because it isn’t often talked about but according to some research, 80 percent of Americans are said to be deficient in it. Magnesium deficiency can lead to many health problems so it’s best to always consider if you have enough of this mineral.

Getting deficient of this mineral is easier than you think and it is due to a number of factors, like:

  1. Stress
  2. Regularly drinking carbonated beverages
  3. Drinking caffeinated beverages on most days
  4. Consuming a lot of refined sugar
  5. Drinking seven or more alcoholic beverages a week

Always ensure that your body gets all the magnesium it needs and you’ll get all the benefits it can give to your mind and body in many ways.

5 Reasons You Should Get More Magnesium

1. Improved Sleep

A person with magnesium deficiency has a higher risk of insomnia. Magnesium is a mineral that help regulate sleep patterns by normalizing the production of melatonin. This nutrient also helps control and bring balance to stress hormones. Because tension and stress are the two main reasons why people suffer from insomnia, having sufficient levels of magnesium in the body will significantly reduce your chances of having sleepless nights.

2. Better Digestion

One main function of magnesium is helping the muscles relax. It also helps the digestive muscles ease up tension as well as neutralize stomach acid and move stools through the intestines. Being deficient of this mineral may lead to constipation. Adding more magnesium into your diet through foods or supplements is a great way to cleanse your colon of toxins and also experience improved digestion.

3. Lower The Risk Of Osteoporosis

An estimated number of 200 million women around the world are affected by osteoporosis. The role of magnesium is vital for the proper formation of bones as well as promote the activities of osteoblasts and osteoclasts that build healthy bone density. Getting enough amount of magnesium can significantly reduce your risk of developing this devastating bone disease.

4. Support Heart Health

The organ that contains the highest amount of magnesium in the body is the heart. It works with calcium to promote and regulate proper blood pressure levels and prevent high blood pressure. That fact alone is reason enough to consider that having a sufficient amount of magnesium can lower your risk of having cardiovascular problems.

Another function of magnesium in the body is it acts as an electrolyte which is vital for all “electrical” activities in the body. Without electrolytes like potassium, sodium, and magnesium, electrical signals in the body cannot be properly received, thus, the heart cannot pump blood and the brain cannot properly function.

5. Restore The Body’s pH Balance

An acidic body is prone to diseases. Magnesium helps to alkalize the body and restore its pH balance. Maintaining your body in an alkaline state can improve your overall health and protects you from diseases. A body with a balanced pH level has a stronger immune system, greater energy levels, more beautiful skin, better digestion, and even fewer signs of aging.

Always make sure that your body gets enough magnesium it needs each day to boost your overall wellbeing.

Here is a juice recipe that is packed with magnesium that is easy to prepare at home. Always try to include this in your diet.

Anti-Anxiety, Anti-Stress Magnesium Drink


1 tbsp natural magnesium supplement
A squeeze of organic lemon juice
2 ice cubes
1 glass of water
1 – 2 packs of stevia in the raw (optional)


  1. Drop the tablespoon of magnesium into the glass of water.
  2. Stir really well until magnesium is dissolved.
  3. Add lemon juice
  4. Add the stevia and stir.
  5. Add ice cubes and enjoy.


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