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Good sleep

Good sleep
  • Sleep in a dark, well ventilated room
  • Avoid caffeinated drinks and chocolate after 4pm
  • Take any B vitamins containing B3 (niacin) with breakfast or lunch, but not after 2pm
  • Ensure that you have enough magnesium in your diet (leafy green veg, apples, apricots, bananas, avocados). Add Epsom salts to a warm bath.
  • Ensure that your zinc levels are maintained. A sign of needing zinc is white spots on your finger nails. Foods rich in zinc are: meat, shellfish, legumes like chickpeas, lentils and beans, seeds, nuts, dairy, eggs.
  • Stop using devices like phones, tablets and computers a couple of hours before bed. Put blue light filters on devices or wear blue light glasses when using devices.
  • If you wake at a similar time every night, get your spine realigned
  • If you are waking at 5am most days, you may have an ileo caecal-valve imbalance. Come and see me to have this corrected.
  • If you are waking at 3am most days, your cortisol levels may be high making your body think it is daytime. Come and see me to have this corrected.

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