Sleeping Issues – Insomnia

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It’s not because you’re getting old. It’s not because you’re stressed. And it doesn’t matter how much coffee you drink, the bags under your eyes are still there and they’re growing bigger by the minute! The culprit? Lack of sleep.

It’s 3 am and you can’t sleep. You toss and turn, but nothing seems to work. Your mind is racing with thoughts of the day, your worries for tomorrow, or even past regrets. It can be frustrating to feel like you’re trapped in this never-ending cycle of insomnia!

But don’t worry – there are many things that people have found helpful when it comes to sleeping better at night! Listen in as Claire talks about some of the tips that you can do to make sure you’re having those ZZZZZs back

โ€ผ Insomnia is a very common problem, and one that many people struggle with. It isn’t something to laugh about. When you’re up all night because your mind is racing with thoughts that are keeping you awake, it’s hard to find humour in the situation.

That’s why it’s important to be aware of the symptoms and triggers so you can understand what is causing it and how to beat it! There are also certain lifestyle changes you should make if you want to get better sleep. Here are some useful tips


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Because between the hours of 1 and 3 am, your liver is doing a lot of its things, it’s using a lot of energy. So if it’s waking you up, there’s a clue.

Insomnia is a tricky business. It’s not your fault if you can’t sleep. It may be an indication that something is going on inside of you, and we need to take care of it! Keep looking at the clock every once in a while; this will help keep track of what time periods are most active for waking up during night hours. Let’s not ignore itโ€ผ

It’s no surprise that if you’re not sleeping enough, you’ll start to look tired. The lack of sleep will cause your eyes to darken and bags to form under them, as well as slow down your metabolism and make it difficult for the body to produce adequate amounts of the hormones necessary for maintaining a healthy weight. 

So if you have any trouble sleeping, reach out for help. There are a lot of things that we can do.

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