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Adrenal Glands and How It Impacts Sleep

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So a lot of people have stress, and a lot of people have sleep problems. We're going to talk about one mechanism that is very, very commonly involved with that. Adrenals, what did they do? Well, your adrenal gland sits on top of the kidney, right about in here but in the back, it is the gland that responds to stress. So when your brain detects that there's something urgent that we have to defend ourselves or deal with, then it signals to the adrenals to increase hormones for energy production, so that we have more energy available to deal...

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10 Bedtime Routines for Better Sleep

Posted by David Hernandez on

Replace tossing and turning with sound, peaceful sleep by following these 10 bedtime routines.

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How To Lower Cortisol And Improve Your Sleep

Posted by David Hernandez on

Today we are going to talk about cortisol and the quality of sleep that you get.   Cortisol Wave   Cortisol actually is on a circadian rhythm. You have these waves of hormones. This is the cortisol wave. Eight in the morning is when you have the highest cortisol levels supposedly. In theory, right? And then, it starts to decrease through the day. Twelve noon, four, eight, it starts coming down. 8 p.m. over here. Then, it hits its lowest between twelve and two o'clock in the middle of the night. Twelve midnight and 2 a.m. This is when we...

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Recent VitalSleep Results

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“I used to sleep like a sawmill and wake up feeling dead tired… Now I sleep quietly and wake up every morning feeling invigorated” How one woman unlocked the secret to unrestricted nighttime breathing... transforming her health, saving her family, and resurrecting her career in the process According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, 45% of adults snore. Most nasal serenarios are blissfully unaware of (though their bed partners have to suffer) their condition… Until they wake up in the morning feeling like they've barely slept at all. You see, snoring is not simply a noise pollutant — it’s a serious health...

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10 Facts About Snoring That Can Save Your Life

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10 Facts About Snoring That Can Save Your Life

If you are a habitual snorer, check out these potentially life-saving facts about snoring and consult with your healthcare provider as soon as possible.      1. Snorers have a higher risk of stroke. As mentioned, chronic snoring is typically a sign of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Because OSA temporarily cuts your air supply during sleep, it deprives the brain of oxygen needed to keep the body’s systems running smoothly. To compensate, the body releases stress hormones which, over time, elevate blood pressure and affect the heart’s ability to pump normally. Both high blood pressure and erratic heart function can lead...

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