What magnesium is needed for: semi-hard and soft water-these concepts are known to many. The more calcium and magnesium dissolved in the water, the higher the index of its hardness, and the less valuable it is for the economy-it quickly precipitates scale on the walls of boilers, and when washing requires extra soap. For technical products that use water, magnesium is an evil, another thing is its necessity for humans. But why should a person need magnesium, it’s not food?
In order to ensure the normal rhythm of the heart, you can not do without enough calcium and magnesium entering the body — they provide the correct electrolytic exchange in its tissues.
Therefore, we must assume that in areas with hard water, the level of heart disease should be lower than in areas with too soft water. Continue reading