Try This Simple Water Hack Every Day

Richard ArthurAdvice, biohacking

A few months ago, I spent most of my nights tossing and turning, wondering why I couldn’t go to sleep.

Normally, insomnia has psychological causes, like going through difficult times, or feeling excited about something that is about to happen.

But there really wasn’t anything like that happening in my life.

I was generally feeling great, working out, and meditating daily. I hadn’t made any major changes in my life, and everything was going great.

Yet, I couldn’t sleep at all.

And it was starting to affect my daily life. I started experiencing migraines, and could barely stay focused on my tasks.

So I did what I usually do when I need support – I reached out to Neil.

Turns out, he and his wife Ingrid had both gone through something similar a long time ago.

And it was not until they started experimenting with biohacking that they were able to overcome the problem.

Magnesium Bicarbonate Water

So they gave me their recipe for some sort of magnesium bicarbonate water concoction, suggesting I try drinking it every day for a few weeks and see if it helped with my sleep.

Before I took their suggestion though, I researched all of the ingredients to make sure none of them could harm me – something Neil and Ingrid both suggested I do before experimenting with anything in this field.

And I quickly understood why they made this suggestion.

First, the bicarbonate acts as an antioxidant and helps detoxify the body while lowering its acidity levels.

Meanwhile, up to 75% of people could be suffering from magnesium deficiency, which can lead to unhealthy food cravings, as well as anxiety, chronic fatigue, and, you probably guessed it, insomnia.

And that’s because magnesium is actually something we need for more than 300 biochemical reactions in our body. It helps maintain nerve, heart, and muscle function, prevents our bone and teeth from deteriorating, and supports our immune system. Not to mention, it helps in the production of protein and energy, as well as regulate blood glucose levels.

Unfortunately, most people’s diets are lacking in magnesium, even if they take supplements. And that’s because our body doesn’t absorb it very efficiently.

But when you combine it with bicarbonate and water in a very specific way, it becomes much easier for the body to absorb, allowing you to reap all of its benefits.

In some animal species, drinking water with a high concentration of natural magnesium was even linked with a 30-50% increase in lifespan.

So it came as no surprise that within only a few days of drinking this special concoction, I started feeling much better. My insomnia slowly went away, along with my migraines. I started feeling much more focused, and my productivity levels went back up.

But I also gained some unexpected benefits.

My muscles weren’t as sore after a good workout, my energy levels went way up, and I didn’t crave coffee or junk food anymore.

Needless to say, I still drink magnesium bicarbonate water to this day.

But before I give you the recipe, I have to warn you not to take this before consulting your doctor first, as it may react negatively with any pre-existing condition or medication you take.

I’m not a doctor and I do not claim you will gain the same benefits as we did by preparing this concoction for yourself.

With that said, you can find the recipe HERE.

This magnesium bicarbonate water concoction is only one of the biohacking tools that Ingrid introduced to Neil over the last few years.

And that’s because this field has had a powerful impact in her life, allowing her to cure her depression, reverse signs of aging, and go from the worst shape of her life to the best in only three months.

Cheers to giving a daily glass of this water a shot.

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