Top Tips For Better Sleep and Why it Matters For Your Digestive Health
Updated: Mar 9
Ever heard the saying “I’ll sleep when I’m dead”? Whoever said that was literally making a fatal error. Sleep is so important for your health, including your longevity. Sleep helps you to perform important metabolic processes like cleaning up toxic proteins in the brain, REM sleep, where your brain is busy consolidating short-term memories into long-term memories, and even digestion.
Lack of sleep has been associated with many health issues, including increased inflammation, impaired focus, difficulty losing weight, lowered testosterone production, and GI symptoms such as bloating, constipation, and diarrhea.
Getting enough good quality sleep is essential for your well-being and can help you to perform better, reduce risk of disease and make life more enjoyable! This blog will review some of the things that can disrupt your sleep and can help your sleep, as well as discuss the relationship between poor sleep and your gut symptoms.
What can disrupt your sleep