Many times, stress from our demanding modern lifestyles have significant impact on our sleep schedules, which can turn into a vicious self-sustaining cycle. Reducing stress and increasing sleep can improve your quality of life, eliminate numerous negative symptoms, and reduce the likelihood of long-term health risks.
More than 60 million Americans suffer from some degree of sleep deprivation or insomnia, and over 70% of us feel we suffer from too much stress. High stress and poor sleep are considered major obstacles to feeling well and performing at our best and may be risk factors for heart disease, diabetes, and many other diseases.
By identifying abnormalities in your sleep and stress hormones you can work to reduce your stress, improve your sleep, and live a healthier life.