Poor sleep quality

Poor sleep quality refers to sleep that is insufficient or disrupted, preventing one from feeling rested and restored upon waking. Getting inadequate or low-quality sleep on a regular basis can have significant impacts on nearly every aspect of health and wellbeing. Some key signs of poor sleep quality include:
Difficulty falling or staying asleep - Tossing and turning or waking frequently during the night. Waking too early and being unable to fall back asleep.

Light and restless sleep - Never reaching deeper stages of non-REM and REM sleep necessary for body restoration.

Daytime fatigue and sleepiness - Feeling drowsy, low energy, or needing to nap despite technically getting enough hours of sleep. Impaired concentration, memory, and performance.

Mood changes - Increased irritability, anxiety, depression due to inadequate rest and recovery during sleep.

There are many root causes of poor sleep, including stress, underlying health conditions like sleep apnea, medications, caffeine intake, and inconsistent sleep habits.

Improving sleep hygiene by sticking to a regular bedtime routine, limiting electronics before bed, avoiding alcohol, creating an optimal sleep environment, and winding down can help significantly. Seeking treatment for conditions contributing to sleep disruption is also key.

For those struggling with poor sleep quality or suspecting conditions like sleep apnea, the medical and nutrition experts at Balance Hormone Solutions provide comprehensive testing and personalized treatment plans to help patients finally achieve healthy, restorative sleep on a consistent basis.

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By correctly identifying the factors leading to insufficient or disrupted sleep and providing tailored solutions to help patients resolve those root causes, Balance Hormone Solutions' multi-modal approach can transform poor sleep quality into truly restful, restorative slumber.

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