20 Critical Medical Conditions Caused by Insomnia
Did you know that Lack of adequate sleep can Shorten Your Entire Life Expectancy?
And did you know that Sleep disturbances effect at least HALF of all Midlife Women? (1). That means if you are sitting in a room with 10 women, five of them are suffering from a lack of solid, restorative sleep! So if this includes you... You are NOT alone!
There are numerous causes for sleep disturbances in, and one of the most common causes for midlife women is a Low Progesterone Level. (2). This is just so senseless to me because Progesterone is so vital for the body in so many ways! And Your Progesterone level is so EASY to restore to normal healthy levels! It's the easiest thing you can do with the biggest bang for your efforts!
Did you know that Lack of adequate sleep can Shorten Your Entire Life Expectancy!
Poor or inadequate sleep can result in an increased risk of extremely serious medical health conditions that will change your life (for the worse) in a second!
Here is a list of serious medical conditions you are at higher risk of developing if you have a sleep disturbance
- High Blood Pressure
- Heart Disease
- Irregular Heart Beat
- Asthma Attacks
- Immune Dysfunction
- Joint Inflammation
- Mood Disorders (like Depression, Anxiety and Panic Attacks)
- Serious Falls
- Bone Fractures
- Car Accidents
- Exercise Injuries
- Day to day Movement Injuries and Accidents
- General Mental Functional Decline! Your ability to perform ANY form of mental function is impaired! Your performance at work declines, your memory is severely impaired, and your judgement for what is best for you and others is considerably hampered!
Progesterone supplementation to me is like a Multivitamin. it is a no-brainer.
If you are a Midlife Woman and are suffering from a lack of good sleep, seriously look at your Progesterone Levels!
Young Hormones, my line of Organic / Non GMO Bioidentical Hormones may just save your life!
(1) Insomnia and sleep apnea in midlife women: prevalence and consequences to health and functioning; Martica H. Hall,1 Christopher E. Kline,1 and Sara Nowakowski F1000Prime Rep. 2015; 7: 63.
(2) Sleep Disorders in Postmenopausal Women; Shazia Jehan,1 Alina Masters-Isarilov,2 ; J Sleep Disord Ther. 2015 Aug; 4(5): 1000212.
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