Hormones work together to regulate your reproductive function and menstrual cycle. They also affect your mood, sleep, etc. When there is a deficit in the following hormones it could lead to a bad sleep schedule and induce more unwanted symptoms.
How do you treat this naturally? Keep sliding to learn more!
Aim to go to bed and wake up at the same time each day. This routine will get your brain and body used to being on a healthy schedule and will help you be able to nod off more quickly and rest more soundly through the night.
Alcohol might make you feel sleepy, but it prohibits you from getting into REM sleep. Too little REM sleep can be devastating for the brain and body. Incorporate teas like chamomile which helps to promote sleep.
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Coffee in the morning is fine for most people. But as soon as the clock strikes noon, avoid caffeine in foods and drinks. Even small amounts found in chocolate can affect your sleep later that night.
Turn off TVs, computers, and other blue-light sources an hour before you go to bed. This type of light causes insulin to rise giving making it harder to fall asleep and may cause restless leg syndrome or jitteriness.
Put aside any work, heavy discussions, or complicated decisions 2 to 3 hours before bed. It takes time to turn off the “noise” of the day and even just 10 minutes of relaxation makes a difference.
When using the BeBalanced creams together, your body will have the building blocks it needs to balance your hormones naturally and protect against chronic stress.