Sleep hygiene: Health depends on sleep

Sleep hygiene, n. conditions or practices to help get some sleep, feel great, have energy, and prevent disease. (Marie’s definition  😉 ) Less than adequate sleep (between 7.5-9 hours for an adult) is associated with diabetes and obesity—likely contributing to their development—along with other common chronic diseases. Healing and repairing occurs while you sleep. Good quality and quantity of sleep are …

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Is low energy really adrenal fatigue? Autoimmune? Or something else?

Tired? Is fatigue really because you’re not sleeping? Or is “can’t sleep” another symptom that it’s something else? Wake up feeling OK, but having a mid-afternoon slump? Burned out? Sure, we all know this feeling well—maybe all too well as we live a fiery, fast-paced life. Yet the blogosphere will tell you it’s either adrenal fatigue, adrenal exhaustion, or thyroid …

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Is your nervous system out of sync?

I’ve tried everything but nothing worked I was doing well; now I’m not I’m tired all day; but then I can’t sleep We fix these age-old complaints in our office every day. Why do they happen? Blocking, switching, and nervous system regulation The fact is that our bodies are in a constant state of change. During the day, we play hard …

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Surviving imbalanced hormones

“I need to balance my hormones” says Kathryn, a member of my Eating to Restore Balance group. “My doctor says I need hormone replacement to feel better, do I really have to do that? Or is there a natural way?” “I’m having night sweats, day sweats, emotional, teary and anxious. But worst of all, in the last 6 months I’ve …

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