Magnesium for Constipation

Benefits of Magnesium

If you are experiencing constipation due to low thyroid, try taking 600 mg of magnesium before bed and 300 mg upon waking until you reach bowel intolerance and have a loose stool. Then cut back on your dose to 450 mg at night and 150 mg. in the morning.

Magnesium, in the form of tablets or powder, relaxes the system and is an important mineral that plays a role in all metabolic actions in the body.

Like vitamin C, if you take too much, you will have loose stools. By backing down from intolerance level to a comfortable level that your body likes, you can pass a softer stool easier and more safely than if you were to use harsh laxatives that your bowels can become dependant on.

Bonus: because Magnesium relaxes the system, you sleep better and wake up more refreshed.

Written by Heather Grace – Holistic Nutritionist and Energy Worker

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