Addressing a Modern Day Sleep Epidemic with Evidence-based Herbal MedicineDate: 23-11-2021
Humans spend approximately one third of their lives sleeping, with sleeping being a fundamental physiological process required to maintain physical and emotional well-being. Chronic insomnia is reported to affect up to 50% of the Australian population at any given time, and sleeping pills are among the most frequently prescribed medications worldwide (Bruni). Given the well-known risk of side effects associated with commonly prescribed sleeping medications, interest in complementary and alternative medicines for sleep concerns has increased in recent years.
Dietary Tips for SleepDate: 10-11-2021
Sleep is potentially the most underrated tool to thriving health. Lack of sleep can affect many areas of our lives and has been linked to increased appetite and weight gain, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes and fertility concerns. We often promote a good night's rest by establishing routines to limit screen time before bed and ensure lights are dimmed of an evening but did you know that your diet is also a big factor in improving the duration and quality of sleep? Read our Blog for our dietary tips to help you achieve a restful, lasting night's sleep.
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