5 x BetterYou Magnesium Bundles

Offer ends: 31 January 2018

To be in with a chance of winning one of 5 x BetterYou Magnesium Bundles (250g Magnesium Bath Flakes, 100ml MagnesiumOil Goodnight Spray and a MagnesiumSkin Body Butter) click below to enter…

You may have heard of magnesium before, but how can it benefit your health? More than you would think…

1. It can improve your sleep

Looking to get a better night’s sleep? Studies have shown that when your magnesium levels are too low, it makes it harder to stay asleep. Magnesium promotes good sleep by helping us unwind and it’s an important factor in how our body manages its sleep cycle.

2. You will feel more energised

Low energy levels and fatigue have been linked to low magnesium levels within the body. Magnesium is needed for the body to produce adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP) which is essential to producing energy.

3. It will boost your mood

Hormones such as serotonin are regulated by magnesium, which affects our moods. Without enough magnesium, it could make you feel down and irritable.

4. It can help with aches and pains

As a muscle relaxant, magnesium works alongside calcium to help regulate muscle movement. If you have too much calcium and not enough magnesium, the muscles may go into spasm.

5. It helps with migraines

If you are one of the 1 in 7 people in the UK that suffer from migraines, supplementing magnesium could help. A study found that using BetterYou MagnesiumOil Spray across a three-month period helped improve the severity and frequency of migraines.

For more information visit the BetterYou website

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