Healthy Sleep  – “Adapted from The Super-Charged Hormone Diet, a bestselling book by Natasha Turner, ND …

Healthy Sleep: Are You Making Any Of These Mistakes?

10 Hormone Disruptors That Can Keep You From Losing Weight and Getting Better Sleep

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Most people simply go to bed when it’s time and don’t give too much thought to how they sleep. But, did you know that simple things … like how bright a night light might be or where your digital clock is facing …  can have a significant effect on the quality of sleep you might be geting?

According to Natasha Turner, ND, the right natural hormone balance is necessary to handle the growth and repair of your body. If your hormone balance is “out of whack” you can find it difficult to lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Healthy sleeping habits are essential to promoting a good hormonal balance in your body’s system. In Ms Turner’s book, “The Super-Charged Hormone Diet“, she outlines some ways you can help yourself avoid hormonal disruption in your sleeping habits. This article from Rodale News is adopted from her book.

How to Get Better Sleep: Avoid These 10 Hormone Disruptors in the Bedroom – Wednesday, March 12, 2014 7:37:50 AM

Fat can wreak havoc on your hormones and impair your ability to lose fat. For instance, hormones like melatonin, serotonin, and dopamine influence motivation, mood, sleep, and cravings. The right natural growth hormone balance is essential because it handles growth and repair of your body … The following list highlights sleep-disrupting habits that can sabotage your slumber. Take a look at these offenders—and avoid them—to optimize your sleep!

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Healthy Habits Lead To Healthy Sleep

As you can see from the article above, like so much about living a healthy lifestyle, getting truly healthy sleep depends to a large degree on developing healthy nighttime habits. Sleeping in the dark in a cool room in loose or no clothing and away from electronic devices are things anyone can do easily. With just a little practice these can become habits which can lead to better sleep … and better all around health.

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