It seems that many of us take sleep for granted, yet it’s so important for our health; sleeping hours are when our bodies rest and rejuvenate. Don’t you look and feel good after a deep, restful night’s sleep? You wake up feeling fresh, happy, motivated, and overall in a great mood. Part of having a great quality of life is sleeping well all night.
It is not recommended to rely on sleeping pills and the pharmaceutical companies’ fake promises of restful sleep as a regular solution to sleep problems. Let me inform you, sleeping pills induce a suspended state, which is poor quality sleep; they are addictive, toxic, and yes, they speed up ageing in the body.
I cannot believe how many women my age and younger don’t sleep well. Today, with the advancements in integrative medicine, we don’t have to suffer from sleepless nights anymore.
Did you know that the sleep hormone melatonin decreases with age, so it’s little wonder that we begin to experience interrupted sleep, because our hormones are imbalanced. Sleeping pills, alcohol abuse, and stress also reduce the release the melatonin, but sleeping pills and alcohol are not healthy or long-term solutions.
As we continue to age, this constant imbalance of hormones will eventually lead to insomnia and other unpleasant symptoms. The good news is that for most, you can enjoy quality sleep again naturally. However, it’s important that you act now and take the first step to restoring your depleting hormones, so they may help you once again enjoy all the benefits of restful sleep.
With my hormones properly balanced, I sleep eight hours every night, deeply and soundly, and wake up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed!
How do you sleep at night? Has it become better or worse as you age?
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