Jennifer Gale
Classical Naturopath & Holistic Practitioner


September 27, 2023- Natural Sleep Strategies

Here’s the deal with Sleep.

Humans are diurnal and are meant to sleep through the night. Poor sleep quality directly contributes to Metabolic Chaos® – meaning serious consequences to your metabolism and your health. You might be eating the perfect diet for you, getting adequate exercise, managing stress, and even taking all the right supplements.

But if you’re not getting enough sleep, much of the good from all those things will be cancelled out. And it then follows that if you’re NOT doing all those things to improve your health AND NOT SLEEPING, the potential for even poorer health doubles.

Sleep is a health priority. It qualifies as a Necessity and not a Luxury. If you are not sleeping, any and all potential negative stressors must be properly investigated and then addressed.

Sleep Treats Everything Non-specifically.

Here’s what Sleep does for us:

*Sleep is an anabolic process (builds you up) vs. catabolic.

*Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and other hormones are involved in rest and recovery, repairing organs, bones, and muscle tissue.

*The immune system becomes more activated to bring pathogens into check and restore microbial balance.

*Memory and learning are consolidated as the brain processes memories and ability to solve problems.

*Sleep helps the brain commit new information to memory by making new neuronal connections (neuroplasticity).

*Normal body cycles are restored.

*Free radicals are removed from the brain.

*Synapses, which have been overwhelmed and stimulated during the day, are reset, resulting in our waking up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

*A full 8 hours sleep per night enhances memory and mental clarity

*Boosts mood and the ability to moderate emotions

*Increases the ability to handle stress

*Improves overall energy and digestive health

*Improves muscle recovery and athletic performance

*Improves and maintains immune function


Not everyone needs the same amount of sleep, but consistently sleeping less than 6.5 hours or more than 9 hours per day has been associated with greater mortality and risk of disease.


If you’re not sleeping, you can’t afford to miss this class.

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