Sleep Issues & The Mineral Connection
This article has been updated and the title changed. It is now called Sleep Issues & The Mineral Connection.
In the new version of this article you will learn that being chronically mineral deficient, as many of us are, is likely to have dire consequences for our health. M
In fact, many serious long-term illnesses often develop as a consequence of there being insufficient minerals to perform many important functions within the body. Sometimes illnesses occur due to a single mineral being in short supply, but may, just as easily be a consequence of multiple mineral deficiency.
Mineral deficiency can be caused by the lack of minerals in our modern western diet, digestive issues, water filtration, and alcoholism etc. It is often a viscous cycle, from a combination of inputs…
Deteriorating gut health along with our highly stressful lifestyles are two of the key causes of mineral deficiency. But excessive exercising will deplete mineral stores as will excessive sweating in saunas. But many of us are suffering from chronic dehydration at differing degrees due to insufficient minerals / electrolytes in our system, which just serves to compound the problem. This is especially true if we are filtering our water and failing to reminerlise it once all of the toxins have been removed.
Electro-radiation or EMFs from non-native, synthetic sources, such as WiFi, and WiFi enabled devices, disrupt the healthy function of our bodies and lead to dehydration
This interferes with the uptake of minerals, whilst also causing voltage gated cells to calcify.
Magnesium regulates Calcium in a healthy functioning body.
And so the cycle perpetuates…
Continue reading… Sleep Issues & The Mineral Connection.
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