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Good Healing and Repair takes place when you have Deep Sleep

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Restful sleep is key to any persons recovery.  When we are in a deep sleep, we are rebuilding and recharging all of our cells.We're also removing toxins and building new memories. 

When don't sleep well, our health is at risk. In this post, we breakdown what to do to improve sleep and how to make sure you feel rested and ready to go every morning. 

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Got Sleep Challenges?

Sleep is a factor of stress caused by toxins, unstable blood sugar patterns and adrenal fatigue. The key to unlocking slumber lies within your body's intricate dance between blood sugar, hormones, and toxins.

Trouble falling asleep or staying asleep? 
Your liver is a fuel tank, storing glucose (glycogen) for energy throughout the day. As you drift off, your brain relies on this steady flow to function optimally. The pancreas and adrenals step in, releasing insulin or cortisol to manage blood sugar and keep the brain fueled. When blood sugar or stress is out of balance, cortisol and adrenaline is released, depleting glycogen reserves and disrupting one’s abilty to remain asleep throughout the night.

Got evening urination issues? Frequent nighttime urination can be your body sending a signal that your liver isn't effectively filtering toxins while you sleep. The kidneys, acting as backup, are forced to work overtime, leading to those unwanted bathroom breaks. 

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Healthy Sleep Habits

Prioritizing healthy sleep is an investment in your overall health and well-being. By understanding the intricate connection between blood sugar balance and sleep, you can create a symphony of slumber that leaves you feeling refreshed and energized each day.
- Dim the Lights: Blue light emitted from electronics suppresses melatonin, the sleep hormone.
- Avoid screens at least an hour before bed, or wear blue light-blocking glasses.
- Unwind with Rituals: Create a relaxing bedtime routine, like taking a warm bath or reading a book. This signals to your body that it's time to wind down.
- Mind Your Meals: Avoid heavy meals close to bedtime, as they can disrupt digestion and sleep. Opt for lighter, nutrient-rich options.
- Move Your Body: Regular exercise improves sleep quality and reduces stress hormones. Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity activity most days of the week.Help you liver & blood sugar organs: If sleep issues persist, you can start with Min-Tran, Diaplex, Valerian Complex and Drenamin.

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Conclusion: Embrace Great Sleep

Nurturing our brain, liver and adrenal health is akin to cultivating  lasting metabolic balance. 

As we embrace these insights, we're not just choosing foods and supplements; we're choosing a lifestyle that cherishes and safeguards our sleep, the very essence of repair and regeneration

Disclaimer: This article is designed to inspire and inform you about healthy sleep hygeine and wellness. While we strive to provide valuable insights and suggestions, please remember that this information serves as an educational resource and not a replacement for professional medical advice. We strongly encourage you to consult with healthcare professionals, for personalized advice and treatments. These specialists are equipped with the expertise and experience necessary to guide you on your journey to optimal heart health. They can provide tailored recommendations, considering your unique health profile and needs. Remember, incorporating professional medical guidance along with the knowledge gained from this article can empower you to make informed decisions about your heart health and overall well-being. Let's embrace a proactive approach to health, guided by expert advice and enriched by our shared insights.


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