I don’t know about you, but I’m finding this time of year to be extra busy. With all of the back-to-school activities, full weekdays, and my son’s hockey on both Saturday’s and Sundays, with a lot of early morning practices, I’m already starting to feel drained.
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With all of this busyness as well as the role of hockey mom, it’s a balance of making sure I take care of my needs and make sure I’m getting enough sleep.
I’m sure a lot of you can relate, and you don’t have to be a hockey mom to have a busy schedule and a lot of balancing going on between work and family activities.
Did you know that just two nights of poor sleep can equate to lost productivity, lowered immunity and slow response time? Just two. I’m sure a lot of us have missed more sleep than that. To make matters worse, it also leads to weight gain, imbalanced hormones and premature aging.
Click HERE to view my video on "The Link Between Exhaustion And Weight Gain."
And if you’ve had a few restless nights, it’s really hard to catch up on missed sleep.
While there are other factors at play, including stress and the atmosphere in your room, if you’re looking for a better sleep there are a few foods that can lend a hand.
You can try adding these foods to your diet:
Remember, too, that eating too much before bed can disrupt your sleep. Try to eat your last meal 3-4 hours before you go to bed, and keep bedtime snacks small.
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May Anne Jordens-LaFlamme is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and the owner of "Wellness with May Anne." She is passionate about helping women look and feel their best, so they can live a more fulfilling life - without dieting, deprivation, relying on willpower or cooking separate meals for the family.