Sleep is crucial in supporting hormone balance.
As most everyone thinks, it’s believed that 7 to 8 hours of sleep is enough, and that is the only guideline to follow to get the rest that is needed.
What they don’t know is this…
The amount of sleep is important, but the QUALITY of sleep is even more important.
What people don’t know is that you can influence the quality of sleep by doing one thing…
By changing when the time you go to bed.
Because sleeping between midnight and 8 am has a very different effect on your body tthansleeping between 10 pm and 6 am.
The more sleep before midnight, the better the restoration your body gets. And the better your hormones respond.
If you feel like you are eating well, exercising and still struggling with hormone balance one forgotten area to assess is your sleep habits!
To learn when to sleep and what good quality of sleep looks like, watch my video on my Facebook Live in my community HERE.
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