When was the last time you felt refreshed and renewed after a night’s sleep?  Ever heard the old adage “Quality over Quantity” – well, that applies to your sleep too!  When we get consistent restorative sleep, our bodies and minds function optimally, our hormones and neurotransmitters have an opportunity to replenish and

  Recent reports have discovered that quality sleep is just as important as the quantity of sleep.  Even more astounding is that reduced sleep quality raises your risk of type 2 diabetes – significantly.  Follow these tips to ensure you sleep soundly and stay healthy. Maintain a regular bed and awake time

Many people aren’t getting enough sleep — and many don’t even know how much is enough. And that lack of sleep can negatively affect your health. But there are things you can do to improve your quality of rest.

By Dr. Alicia Stanton, BodyLogicMD CMO BodyLogicMD bioidentical hormone therapy physicians go far beyond prescribing sheep for a good night’s sleep. According to reports from the National Sleep Foundation, BodyLogicMD is right on target for the population it serves – women and men facing the hormone challenges that come with aging. Perimenopause,

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