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Magnesium is an important mineral and has many benefits in the body. It influences mood regulation, supports healthy bones and hormone levels, and is involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions throughout your body. What’s more, as women reach older adulthood and experience menopause, magnesium becomes particularly important for good health and may even help reduce menopause symptoms. Approximately 60% of magnesium is stored in bones and plays a crucial role in preventing osteoporosis. During menopause, estrogen levels decline, leading to a spike in osteoclast activity (bone loss). Magnesium deficiency is highly associated with osteoporosis due to its important role in cartilage and bone matrix calcification, or increased bone strength. Up to 60% of menopausal women experience insomnia or difficulty sleeping. Magnesium may promote sleep by regulating your body’s circadian rhythms, known as the body’s natural clock, and increasing muscle relaxation. Furthermore, low magnesium intake is associated with fewer hours of sleep and overall lower sleep quality. Depression is a common symptom among perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. Though it’s related to many factors, ensuring adequate magnesium levels may alleviate depressive symptoms. Magnesium plays a key role in brain function, mood regulation, and stress response, which may affect the progression and onset of depression and anxiety.