Low magnesium and mental wellbeing.
Magnesium is an essential nutrient that a lot of us are deficient in.
Reasons for low magensium levels include:
– Lack of nutrients in our food supply
– Constant stress depleting our body of nutrients
If we don’t replenish the magnesium lost, it can have a negative effect on our anxiety levels and the production of feel-good neurotransmitters. Essentially, impacting our mental wellbeing.
Top rich magnesium foods include spinach, swiss chard and pumpkin seeds.
Align, the mental wellbeing app
The lifestyle we lead, and the choices we make, all influence the state of our mental wellbeing. The first point of call for improving mental health should be to look at our lifestyle choices, such as food, sleep, relationships and purpose for example. By doing this, it establishes a strong foundation for good mental health, that is long term and sustainable.
Align is the mental wellbeing app that guides you on how to build and sustain good mental wellbeing, through tailored lifestyle tweaks.
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