What Is Calm-Mag?
Stay calm with magnesium. This mighty mineral supports more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body and plays a role in stress management. But not all forms of magnesium are as readily bioavailable to your brain. Calm-Mag features a patented form of magnesium with enhanced bioavailability that’s easy for your brain to use. The result? Calm-Mag helps the brain encourage a healthy response to stress and feelings of relaxation.
Calm-Mag is formulated to help you stay calm and collected, no matter what life throws at you.
Calm-Mag Magnesium Acetyl Taurinate
- Supports a healthy response to daily stress
- Encourages feelings of calmness and relaxation
- Promotes healthy activity of neurotransmitters like serotonin and GABA
- Contains a special form of magnesium that’s easier for the brain to use
Take it easy with magnesium
Busy schedules can take a toll on our well-being. People turn to magnesium supplements to help their bodies fend off the effects of daily stress. But unless magnesium goes where it’s needed—aka your brain—it won’t be of much help. Calm-Mag Magnesium Acetyl Taurinate is a bioavailable form of magnesium that can readily cross the blood-brain barrier where it works with the brain to support a healthy stress response, promoting relaxation and feelings of calmness.
Did you know that stress and magnesium levels are correlated? Studies show unmanaged stress leads to increased levels of stress hormones and low levels of magnesium, making it more difficult for the body to manage a healthy stress response.1
Many people are turning to magnesium supplements to help their bodies combat the effects of stress. But unless the mighty mineral is well absorbed and can access the brain, it won’t help the body manage stress.
Supporting magnesium levels in the brain
Calm-Mag Magnesium Acetyl Taurinate is designed to help the body encourage feelings of calmness and relaxion by delivering a special form of magnesium (magnesium acetyl-taurate) that can cross the blood-brain barrier and positively impact brain pathways associated with stress management. Magnesium has been shown to help support the activity of neurotransmitters like serotonin and GABA.2
A preclinical study compared how magnesium levels in brain tissue were affected by different magnesium compounds: magnesium glycinate, magnesium acetyl-taurate, magnesium citrate and magnesium malate. The results showed that magnesium brain tissue levels were significantly increased by magnesium acetyl-taurate.3
Promotes tranquility and relaxation
A clinical trial of 19 women with a magnesium-poor diet showed improved feelings of relaxation and emotional calmness after supplementing with magnesium acetyl-taurate.4