Magnesium magic

What would life be without some stress? Let’s dive into an email about what stress does and can do for you.

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This is 100% true. 

I once saw a commercial movie about a family father who was out driving with his family. 

His daughter sitting in the backseat of his car asked her father if they’d reached their destination soon. 

‘Are we there yet?’

‘Are we there yet?’

‘Daddy, are we there yet?’

On and on. 

Relentlessly. 

And as you can probably imagine, having to answer to and just listen to his daughter’s questions did something to that man’s mood. Eventually he had enough and started cursing out his daughter, in front of his wife and family. 

The dialogue got muted right as he started ranting. 

Instead of hearing the curse words, some classical music started playing in the background. Perhaps as a slight hint of how listening to classical music could relieve stress? 

Anyway, it’s obviously a dangerous situation. The unpleasant behavior of cursing out one’s daughter is one thing, but driving a car in a stressed out mood and subjecting oneself to traffic accidents is something nobody wants. 

Especially if avoiding stress could have been done using [REDACTED] which contains magnesium can support a relaxed and calm mood. 

Just go here and find out yourself:

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And there we go.

Short, sweet and to the point. Instead of trying to argue why magnesium is the ‘stress-killer’, I just told a real story from my own life that involved stress.

And for the record, I’ve driven a car multiple times with both children and adults nagging and harping on about one thing and another. It’s frustrating, to say the least. Which is why I show compassion for the father.

Your idea of stress might be different. But what we all can agree on is that stress is something we’d rather live without.

Which is what I do best on in my emails that I bang out. Subscribe to the world’s first (at least to my knowledge) stress-free email list here:

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