Shut Your Brain Off When Sleeping Using Calcium

Shut Your Brain Off When Sleeping Using Calcium

Shut Your Brain Off When Sleeping Using Calcium

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Can’t shut your brain off when trying to sleep? Try calcium.

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0:00 Fall asleep easier by taking calcium
0:10 Calcium for kids
0:20 The best type of calcium
0:30 A calcium deficiency and sleep
1:08 A calcium warning

If you have a hard time shutting your brain off when trying to go to sleep at night, you may want to try taking calcium. Calcium can even be great for kids and teenagers. Calcium could also potentially help with a fever or infections in children.

For kids, you may want to give them 50mg right before bed. Adults may want to take 100mg right before bed. I think calcium lactate is the best type of calcium to take. It’s non-dairy and absorbs well in the body.

A calcium deficiency could cause muscle cramps that keep you up at night and can cause you to have a racing mind. But, a vitamin B1 deficiency could also cause you to have a racing mind. Calcium is needed in the body to allow you to get into REM sleep and to make melatonin.

With that said, I don’t typically think a person should take calcium for a long period of time. Calcium can accumulate in the body. Because calcium doesn’t get eliminated from the body very easily, as a person gets older, they could have calcium build-up in their joints, arteries, eyes, kidneys, and other places as well.

Unless you have a need for calcium, you may not want to take it as a supplement. For the most part, you may want to get the calcium you need from food.

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