Sleep disorders are varied but common; it is estimated that around 70million people in the USA alone suffer from chronic sleep problems. These include insomnia, narcolepsy, and sleep apnoea, although there are approx. 80 different types of sleep disorder on record.
Not getting enough sleep can lead to a number of health problems and complaints including aches and pains, poor cognitive function, anxiety, depression and even play a role in the development of other health problems such as diabetes or heart disease. With this in mind, searching for natural ways to treat sleep disorders is a good way to start addressing any sleep problems you may be experiencing, as well as natural treatments for anxiety and insomnia.
There are a range of different solutions from peptide bioregulators that target specific areas of the body linked to poor sleep (such as the thyroid or pineal gland), to supplements designed to tackle stress and aid sleep.
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