top of page

Perfect recipe for sleepless nights

When it comes to sleep quality, lifestyle factors like a high-sugar diet, sedentary habits, excessive caffeine intake, alcohol consumption before bed, and exposure to blue light from devices can significantly disrupt our rest.

A diet high in sugar can lead to blood sugar fluctuations, while a lack of physical activity may hinder the body's natural fatigue required for restful sleep. Constant caffeine consumption and alcohol before bedtime interfere with the body's ability to relax and experience restorative sleep, while blue light from screens disrupts the production of sleep-regulating hormones.

To get that precious 7-9 hours of sleep your body needs be sure to eat a low-sugar diet, move your body every day, limit your consumption of caffeine and alcohol and put away the devices in the bedroom.

Once you implement these changes, you will likely see just how much of a difference it makes in your physical and mental health when you prioritize good sleep!

I will be happy to help you in achieving an excellent sleep. Please feel free to reach out to me via text for a free consultation at 646-330-1431.

3 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page