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There is a two-way connection between Stomach Health and Sleep Health.

Your diet and lifestyle habits impact your quality of sleep and if you don’t get proper sleep, you can experience chronic fatigue and poor immune systems health to name a few.

Poor sleep and its consequences are mostly caused by poor lifestyle habits, including diet.

Do you suffer from a Sleep Disorder? That is beyond Snoring.!

Many people believe only those who snore have a sleeping disorder, but this not the case. Though snoring is a telling symptom, there are several other symptoms of sleep disorders. Signs you may have a sleep disorder may include:

  • Daytime sleepiness
  • Teeth Grinding/Clenching
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Digestive Problems
  • Cold hands and feet
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Weight Gain
  • Forgetfulness
  • Scalloped tongue just to name a few.!

It’s likely that you are not receiving the proper deep sleep your body needs. In turn, this can directly affect your Stomach Health, which results in other health consequences.

Your Stomach Health has immense influence over your immune system, brain, hormones and your ability to function normally. Your stomach has so much control over your bodily functions it’s referred to as the ‘second brain.’

Your stomach health and sleep patterns work together – They influence each other, when you’re unaware of this connection, it can lead you in a downward health spiral.

Is your Sleep affecting your Stomach Health?

Considering the high numbers of people with undiagnosed sleep disorders, we recommend if you are experiencing stomach issues you should be concerned that your sleep may have an effect on this.

Also, if you notice you aren’t getting good sleep, consider working on healing your stomach. When you address these issues together, you will have the best chance at improving your health overall.

We believe the best way to achieve good stomach health and better sleep is by changing your diet.  Avoid eating processed sugars and carbs. Instead, aim for high amounts of green vegetables, complex Carbs, proteins and fermented foods to help balance inside your body. Also using a probiotic alongside getting enough vitamin D may help you sleep better at night.

The first step to get better sleep is being aware of its power on your health. You can break the cycle and significantly improve your overall health.

Do you suffer from sleep and/or stomach issues? Consult us we are here to help.!https://puresleepservices.com.au/contact/


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