Do you have trouble sleeping through the night? You can’t seem to slow down to keep up with the hectic pace of your life and, and when you do try to rest, you can’t. You get caught in an exhausting, unhealthy cycle. And a restful night’s sleep one of the most critical pieces of any wellness program. During a deep sleep cycle, your body repairs, rejuvenates and creates the needed energy to heal.
Take an honest look at the reasons why your adrenal glands working overtime to produce “the stress hormone”, cortisol? Evaluate your everyday stress and then figure out how to control it. Also, try taking 2 Gaba and 2 Tyrytophan supplements before bed. Gaba is a calming herb and Trytophan is an amino acid that boosts your levels of seratonin, "the feel good hormone" and promotes restful sleep. Trytophan is the amino acid found in Turkey, which is why everyone is so tired after eating a hearty Thanksgiving meal.
You can take these supplements, like Gaba and Trytophan, 2 each before bed or correct deficiences by adding special healing foods like kefir. Kefir is a nutritional superstar and one of favorite foods we recommend to stage 2 BEDers.
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