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how to get better sleepEven just one night of poor sleep can make you feel awful. Not only are you exhausted and often cranky the next morning, but you may just feel “off” and you’re not exactly sure why. This sense of imbalance is most likely thanks to your hormones, or rather, a hormonal imbalance created by a poor night’s sleep.
In fact, your sleep and your hormones may be more closely connected than you realize. If you’re having problems with one (sleep or hormonal imbalance issues), you’re almost certainly having problems with the other.

Getting good sleep at night is vital to producing and regulating your body’s hormones. In fact, without proper rest, you put yourself at risk of hormone imbalance and other comorbidities associated with those imbalances.

Chronic poor-quality sleep can lead to health problems like:
• Reduced immunity, and increased risk of illness
• Spikes in your appetite
• Obesity and weight gain
• Reduced injury recovery
• Memory loss
• Hypertension and heart disease

Too much of a good thing can be bad too. Excessive sleeping or sleeping more than 9 hours per night can lead to problems like:
• Daytime sleepiness
• A lower metabolism
• Disrupted or altered sleep cycles
• Cognitive issues like reduced focus
• Heart disease

How Menopause Affects Your Sleep?
Progesterone and estrogen are important for producing melatonin, so not only are hormones making sleep more uncomfortable, but it’s also making a good night’s sleep more difficult to achieve.
Perimenopausal women are also at increased risk of sleep apnea— however, they aren’t the only ones who are. Both women and men are at a higher risk of sleep apnea as they get older, which can wreak havoc on your hormones.

Unfortunately, a good night’s sleep may not always be the cure-all for your hormone imbalance. This is likely because an underlying sleep disorder, such as sleep apnea, is preventing you from getting a good night’s sleep and you may not even realize it.

Struggling with Poor Sleep and Hormonal Imbalance?
A good night’s sleep is vital to your hormone production, and to good overall health. If you think you or a loved one may be at risk for sleep apnea or another sleep disorder, it’s important to seek diagnosis and treatment right away.

Some hormonal change in life is normal, but not if it constantly affects your sleep cycle. Contact us at Central Wellness to schedule a consultation and return to the good health and restful sleep you deserve.

Treatments
• BHRT
• Supplements
• IV therapy
• NAD infusion
• Wellness Injections

how to get better sleepEven just one night of poor sleep can make you feel awful. Not only are you exhausted and often cranky the next morning, but you may just feel “off” and you’re not exactly sure why. This sense of imbalance is most likely thanks to your hormones, or rather, a hormonal imbalance created by a poor night’s sleep.
In fact, your sleep and your hormones may be more closely connected than you realize. If you’re having problems with one (sleep or hormonal imbalance issues), you’re almost certainly having problems with the other.

Getting good sleep at night is vital to producing and regulating your body’s hormones. In fact, without proper rest, you put yourself at risk of hormone imbalance and other comorbidities associated with those imbalances.

Chronic poor-quality sleep can lead to health problems like:
• Reduced immunity, and increased risk of illness
• Spikes in your appetite
• Obesity and weight gain
• Reduced injury recovery
• Memory loss
• Hypertension and heart disease

Too much of a good thing can be bad too. Excessive sleeping or sleeping more than 9 hours per night can lead to problems like:
• Daytime sleepiness
• A lower metabolism
• Disrupted or altered sleep cycles
• Cognitive issues like reduced focus
• Heart disease

How Menopause Affects Your Sleep?
Progesterone and estrogen are important for producing melatonin, so not only are hormones making sleep more uncomfortable, but it’s also making a good night’s sleep more difficult to achieve.
Perimenopausal women are also at increased risk of sleep apnea— however, they aren’t the only ones who are. Both women and men are at a higher risk of sleep apnea as they get older, which can wreak havoc on your hormones.

Unfortunately, a good night’s sleep may not always be the cure-all for your hormone imbalance. This is likely because an underlying sleep disorder, such as sleep apnea, is preventing you from getting a good night’s sleep and you may not even realize it.

Struggling with Poor Sleep and Hormonal Imbalance?
A good night’s sleep is vital to your hormone production, and to good overall health. If you think you or a loved one may be at risk for sleep apnea or another sleep disorder, it’s important to seek diagnosis and treatment right away.

Some hormonal change in life is normal, but not if it constantly affects your sleep cycle. Contact us at Central Wellness to schedule a consultation and return to the good health and restful sleep you deserve.

Treatments
• BHRT
• Supplements
• IV therapy
• NAD infusion
• Wellness Injections

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