Make Your Own Magnesium Oil to Improve Your Sleep and Reduce Your Stress
Edited by Mian Sheilette Ong, Robbi, Lynn, Eng and 7 others
Sleep and stress are directly related. Most people complain about not getting enough sleep because they are too stressed; stress with their jobs, families, money, their personal life - the list goes on and on.
Stress is an inherent part of everyday life. You just have to work around it, and even with it, to attain your goals. However, sleep is necessary to recuperate from everyday activities. With proper relaxation and sleep, your cells have the chance to regenerate to function optimally the following day. You have to reduce stress and improve your sleeping patterns to achieve ideal physical and mental health.
Despite the various brands of OTC sleeping pills, natural remedies such as magnesium are preferred to help reduce stress and improve the quality of your sleep. Magnesium is a naturally occurring element that may surprise you when it comes to enhanced sleep and relieving stress.
- 1 Benefits of Good Sleep
- 2 Increasing Your Magnesium Levels
- 3 Do You Have Enough Magnesium?
- 4 Additional Benefits of Magnesium Oil
- 5 Ways in Which Magnesium Oil is Used
- 6 How To Mix and Use The Magnesium Oil You Purchase
- 7 How To Make Magnesium Oil From Scratch And How To Use It
- 8 Symptoms of Low Magnesium Levels
- 9 Factors that Play a Role in Magnesium Depletion
- 10 Make your Own Magnesium Oil to Improve Sleep and Decrease Stress
- 11 Tips
- 12 Questions and Answers
- 13 Comments
Benefits of Good Sleep
Once you achieve better sleeping patterns, you will also achieve the following benefits on a long-term basis:
- Reduced stress.
- Sharper memory.
- Longer lifespan.
- Decreased inflammation (Swelling related to diabetes, arthritis, premature aging, and cardiovascular diseases).
- Enhances your creativity.
- Improves athletic performance.
- Improves academic performance.
- Increases attention span.
- Reduces depression.
- Encourages healthier weight.
- Makes you drive safely.
Increasing Your Magnesium Levels
With today's diet, it's easy to overlook the fact that you might be deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is needed for strong teeth, muscles, joints, and bones. It's also very helpful for reducing stress and improving your sleeping patterns. Because of today's fast-paced lifestyle, there are several reasons why many of us are lacking the magnesium our bodies require, and things that deplete magnesium levels in our body. An increase in the consumption of sugar, caffeine, and alcohol, inadequate sleep, use of pesticides in produce, filtration systems in water supplies, and too the fact that people are under too much pressure, causing anxiety, are all responsible for depleting the body's much needed magnesium.
For health reasons, you should take the initiative to increase the levels of magnesium in your body. If you live near the sea, you can do this by swimming in the ocean every day. The ocean is rich in magnesium. However, if you are too far from the ocean, you can simply apply magnesium oil to your skin, the easiest method of increasing your levels of magnesium. If you do this every day, you will eventually reduce stress in your life and attain better sleep patterns.
Do You Have Enough Magnesium?
Statistics show that about 90 percent of Americans these days are magnesium deficient, even those who eat a healthy diet. The reason behind this is that the soil that our food grows in, is itself, lacking in magnesium, making it a challenge to get the minerals through the food we eat.
The following are signs and symptoms of magnesium deficiency:
- Difficulty sleeping.
- Hormonal imbalance.
- Premenstrual syndrome.
- Low energy levels.
If you're thinking of taking oral magnesium supplement, think again. Magnesium is not optimally absorbed when ingested. The ideal delivery to get magnesium into your system is absorption or transdermal (medicines being absorbed through the skin). You don't even need a prescription from your doctor to acquire this form of magnesium supplement. Instead of being injected with a magnesium supplement, you only need to apply it to your skin in the form of oil. It is a lot more convenient, non-invasive, more effective, and much safer.
Additional Benefits of Magnesium Oil
Below are more benefits you'll receive with higher levels of magnesium:
- 1Healthy scalp and hair. By using magnesium oil, you can rid your scalp of calcium deposits that are known to block hair follicles. People who've suffered from hair loss resulting from calcium deposit blockages or inflammation have found the treatment very successful, although it usually takes about six months, but it does work. This non-invasive treatment is also successful in re-growing lost hair.Advertisement
- 2Dandruff. Magnesium oil is also effective controlling dandruff. Make sure you apply consistently with gentle massage.Advertisement
- 3Many have found that spraying magnesium oil onto grey hair restores it to it's original color, and improve the texture in just a few weeks of consistent spraying.
- 4Improves teeth and bones. You'll end up with stronger bones and teeth if you use magnesium oil every day. Calcium will be more easily absorbed into your body, deterring other conditions associated with bone deterioration.
- 5Improves the Aging Process. Magnesium also deters diseases associated with aging or stress.
- 6Improves nutrient absorption. Magnesium helps in the absorption of nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.
- 7Benefits a Myriad of other Conditions. Autism, osteoporosis, psoriasis, and eczema are treated with the frequent application of magnesium oil.
Ways in Which Magnesium Oil is Used
Magnesium, in the form of oil, can be used as an additive to your bath or massage oil. Both methods give you a powerful, speedy medical treatment. If administered every day, you will be able to reap the many benefits magnesium offers. If you want to manage your pain with the help of magnesium oil, you should massage it into the affected area. Most patients with chronic pain are benefited by their daily magnesium massages. People who suffer from fibromyalgia, cramps, constipation, and migraines, receive relief through a magnesium oil massage. The following are some ways in which magnesium oil is used:
- 1Sports Medicine. Magnesium oil is now used in sports medicine. It is directly applied to the inflamed. The oil reduces the amount of pain and swelling, while initiating tissue regeneration. Once the magnesium oil is applied, the body becomes more flexible, resulting in fewer injuries. In liquid form, magnesium chloride can just be sprayed on the affected area. Magnesium is also used in foot soaks to treat or prevent injuries in the leg or hamstring. TMT (transdermal magnesium therapy) is becoming recognized as a staple in sports medicine.
- 2Massage. This is probably one of the most relaxing and luxurious treatments ever conceived and practiced. Having a magnesium oil massage done by a loved one or a licensed therapist is heavenly. Magnesium massages really bring the truth in the words "healing touch". By massaging your body with magnesium oil, your cells get their daily dose of magnesium. The frequency of applying magnesium on your skin depends on your size - obviously much less for children.
- 3Pain Relief. Patients who suffer from muscle cramps and arthritis are comforted by magnesium oil. The mineral easily dilates your blood vessels and relaxes and soothes your sore muscles.
How To Mix and Use The Magnesium Oil You Purchase
Even if you purchase magnesium oil from a health food store, or online, you still need to mix the oil with distilled water.
What You'll Need:
- Pure magnesium oil.
- 15 parts of distilled water.
Mixing and Using Purchased Magnesium Oil
- 1Mix the ingredients together.
- 2Place in a handy bottle.
- 3Apply in areas that are injured or have had surgery.
- 4You can also place the oil in a nebulizer for asthmatic patients.
- 5Also try brushing it onto your skin.
How To Make Magnesium Oil From Scratch And How To Use It
Although you can purchase already-made magnesium oil for a health food store, why not follow the steps below to make your very own magnesium oil:
What You'll Need:
- ½ cup of distilled water
- ½ cup of magnesium chloride flakes
- Glass measuring cup or a glass bowl
- Spray bottle (plastic or glass)
Making and Using Magnesium Oil:
- 1Boil the distilled water. This will extend the shelf life of the oil.
- 2Place the magnesium flakes in your glass cup or bowl.
- 3Pour the boiled water over the flakes.
- 4Stir until the flakes are completely dissolved.
- 5Cool the mixture.
- 6Store in your spray bottle at room temperature. (This will last for six months or more.)
- 7Spray the mixture on your stomach, legs, and arms every day (10 to 20 sprays)". You will feel your skin tingle the first time but this feeling will eventually disappear as your skin becomes accustomed to it. You can also choose to dilute it with more water if you prefer.
- Leave the mixture on for 20-30 minutes after you shower.
- Apply moisturizer on your skin after five minutes.
Magnesium oil is a true natural remedy that you should take advantage of. It is inexpensive to make and very easy to administer and absorb. Always make sure that you include your doctor in your magnesium salt use so that your overall health is always protected.
For the past several years, Magnesium has been referred to as the "Miracle Mineral." There is no doubt it's a relevant aspect of the optimal health of humans. As explained by researchers, Magnesium can alleviate a variety of ailments. Magnesium is necessary for good health, and there are too many people who lack the required amount.
Symptoms of Low Magnesium Levels
People lacking Magnesium may experience any of the symptoms listed below:
- High blood pressure.
- Sleep abnormalities.
- Muscle cramps and spasms.
- RLS or referred to as Restless leg Syndrome.
- Abnormal heart rhythms or arrhythmia.
- Tics and twitches.
As proven by the Weston A. Price Foundation, too many people neglect this important aspect to their health and survival. Obviously, there is not enough communication regarding this Miracle Mineral, because there are so many people with such low levels of Magnesium. We know this has a lot to do with the fact that the commonly prepared and consumed meals do not offer enough Magnesium on their own - as they used to.
Also, now people eat junk food, processed food, and foods drenched in pesticides. All of these can contribute to the depletion of Magnesium, along with stress and general poor health.
Factors that Play a Role in Magnesium Depletion
Some other factors that can cause Magnesium depletion are:
- 1Lack of sleep.
- 2Too much caffeine.
- 3Prescription and OTC drugs- they can decrease the level of Magnesium in the body.
- 4Synthetic flavors and colors, sugary foods, as well as soda trigger the body to eliminate Magnesium. It is due to the fact that the body requires a huge amount of Magnesium in order for the body to metabolize these elements.
- 5Consumption of distilled, filtered, or reverse osmosis water. These water processes often eliminate the useful minerals in the water.
- 6Consuming fluoride. There's a lot of drinking waters today that contain fluoride. This element attaches itself to Magnesium, preventing it from doing the tasks that it needs to accomplish
- 7Consumption of processed foods. During the "process", a staggering amount of Magnesium is lost.
Make your Own Magnesium Oil to Improve Sleep and Decrease Stress
An excellent way to experience the power of Magnesium is by using Magnesium Oil. According to experts, Magnesium oil is effective at enhancing sleep, alleviating anxiety, confusion, poor memory, insomnia, lack of concentration, headaches and so much more. To make Magnesium Oil for poor sleep and stress, follow these steps:
- Magnesium Chloride Flakes (1/2 cup)
- Glass measuring cup or glass bowl
- Glass or plastic spray bottle
- Distilled water (1/2 cup)
Making Magnesium Oil
- 1To improve the shelf life of the oil, the distilled water must be heated until it boils. #Place the Magnesium Chloride Flakes in the glass measuring cup or bowl.
- 2Pour the boiling distilled water over the flakes.
- 3Stir frequently until the Magnesium Chloride Flakes have completely dissolved.
- 4DO NOT use until the mixture has cooled down.
- 5The mixture can be kept at room temperature for about 6 months.
- Magnesium oil is absorbed faster than Epsom salts.
- Talk to your doctor before using magnesium oil.
- You save more if you make your own magnesium oil.
Questions and Answers
Does magnesium oil prevent or cure hair loss?
If there is one pure ancient medicinal and therapeutic drug that can make astounding claims without sounding too advertorial or pompous - it would definitely be magnesium oil. Magnesium oil is slowly absorbed by the body when taken orally, which makes the application of the oil far more effective for patients suffering from different chronic illnesses. Transdermally, Magnesium Oil is usually poured in baths, or massaged on affected areas. There are many benefits derived from regular use of magnesium oil. It goes directly to the magnesium deficient areas no matter where you apply the magnesium oil, making it a highly potent and effective remedy for a myriad of conditions and illnesses.
As a therapeutic massage, it becomes a detoxifying agent that eradicates harmful toxins from the body, while providing relaxation, rejuvenation, and relief from stress. It is regarded as an important remedy in sports medicine, a powerful muscle relaxant and vasodilator. It improves agility, endurance, speed, and overall performance of athletes, while reducing pain and inflammation in affected areas. Magnesium oil is a powerful anti-inflammatory that is also effective for treating chronic pain caused by migraines and arthritis, and is used to treat illnesses such as diarrhea, fatigue, fibromyalgia, diabetes, insomnia, asthma, and hypertension; to name a few.
Yes, magnesium oil is found to be very effective in the prevention and treatment of hair loss for both men and women. It works by eliminating calcium deposits embedded in the scalp that blocks new hair growth. The Magnesium Oil breaks down the calcium, encouraging new hair-growth, often, where no hair was growing before.
Does magnesium oil help in hair re=growth?
Is it possible through topical application of magnesium oil to fight baldness? I suspect strong calcification on my scalp but cannot find any proof of the claim that magnesium can reverse baldness or re-grow hair.
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How is iodine suppose to help hair growth?
A comment from a reader said they mix iodine with the Mg oil.
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