The Connection Between Stress and Sleep: What You Need to Know
Not everyone who goes to bed can sleep peacefully. You may have tried different techniques such as meditation and yoga, but you still find yourself waiting for sleep to come....
Not everyone who goes to bed can sleep peacefully. You may have tried different techniques such as meditation and yoga, but you still find yourself waiting for sleep to come. In this article, we will discuss how stress affects your sleep and what you can do about it.
Firstly, when your body produces too much stress hormone, it becomes challenging to sleep. This happens when you are under emotional stress, have experienced past trauma, suffer from chronic pain, digestive problems, hormonal changes, or are taking daily medication. If your stress capacity overflows, your body becomes unbalanced.
Your sleep hormone melatonin is inversely proportional to the stress hormone you produce. If your stress response is high, your sleep hormone will be low, and vice versa. If stress continues, your body will forget how to reduce stress, and it may lead to anxiety.
To address stress and improve sleep, you need to support your body's stress response. One of the ways to achieve this is by using our unique Kure Sleep System, which contains ingredients such as terpenes, macamides, and essential fatty acids that offer several benefits for brain health, including reducing inflammation, improving cognitive function and mood. The oil also supports the liver's detoxification process, which is crucial in clearing away stress hormones and other hormones from medication, menstruation, or menopause.
By using the Kure Sleep System, you support your body's stress management, resulting in better sleep, mood, and overall well-being.