Chronic health problems can result from persistent sleep deprivation, making early intervention and treatment essential for optimal health and longevity.
It is now understood that insomnia may be caused or influenced by chronic inflammation, neurotransmitter and hormone dysregulation that, in turn, affect sleep patterns and sleep quality. Underlying inflammation, neurotransmitter and hormone imbalances, infection, immune resistance, allergies, hypersensitivities and/or intestinal issues are investigated. Taken together, addressing these factors will improve sleep quality as well as many other aspects of your overall health.
Further, many individuals with sleep difficulties take a variety of prescription medications to assist with sleep. Most of these medications work by altering brain signals. You can correct imbalances with supportive nutrients while avoiding the need for stronger prescription medications that often have side effects and physiological consequences.