Do you struggle with getting enough sleep?
Do you have insomnia?
Are you a light sleeper?
Do you wake up tired even after overnight sleep?
NOT OK. It’s a ticking bomb.
If any of the above sounds like you, you might want to rethink your routine. Because getting a good night’s sleep is essential to every aspect of your life. Not only does your life literally depend on sleep, it also affects your weight, health, digestion, immunity and MOOD.
Sleep is CRITICAL for your overall health. PERIOD.
When it comes to the benefits that sleep brings, the list is long. Here are some of the major functions for which sleep plays a pivotal role.
First of all, DETOX. To get rid of waste, the brain uses the so called glymphatic system. The glymphatic system removes toxins including amyloid beta, a protein found to accumulate in the brains of patients with Alzheimer’s disease. This system is 60 percent more productive when you’re sleeping, which is why it’s important not to skip sleep, as your brain will miss the chance to rid itself of waste products.
Sleep is also essential for your heart and immune system. Poor sleep increases the risk of high blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes and heart failure. It can also contribute to an unsynchronized heart rhythm, which in turn can lead to blood clots in your system – a major cause of strokes.
Cancer fighting T-Cells are also produced during sleep therefore if you don’t sleep well, your anti-cancer guard is poor.
Another benefit to sleep is that most growth hormones are produced during the deep sleep. It slows down the aging process. Quality sleep is essential for boosting your immune system, help you recover from injuries and strengthen your bones and muscles. But it’s not just about how many hours you sleep, it is about WHEN you fall sleep too.
It is not just important to get solid hours of sleep but also timings of your sleep matter a lot. Our organs and systems are optimized and rejuvenated at night, at certain times. So, if you are in bed only at 2am, you are missing critical hormonal, gallbladder and liver recovery. This leads to digestive disorders and poor metabolism.
You should be in bed by 10-11pm. If you can’t sleep at these times, you need a sleep strategy. The importance of sleep and its timing shouldn’t be underestimated.
If you struggle to get good-quality sleep, there are steps you can take to improve it. Let me teach you how to sleep well. We will go through all sleep hacks during our upcoming webinar.
We will cover circadian rhythm optimisation, natural sleep supporting supplements & good sleep hygiene. You will see a tremendous improvement in your health, mood and life overall by implementing this new sleep strategy.
NB. Webinar replay will be available for you for the next 30 days. If you can’t make it LIVE, don’t worry.
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