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Hormone Health Can Affect us All
Have you been experiencing...
IF YOU ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THESE CONDITIONS YOU MAY ALREADY BE EXPERIENCING A HORMONAL IMBALANCE
Low Sex Drive
23 Natural Ways To Master Your Hormones And Get To Your Best Self.
A Collection Of Natural Hormone Supporting Lifestyle Choices That Can Help You Get Over The Hurdles To Healthy Living.
IN THIS HORMONE HANDBOOK YOU WILL FIND...
A Journey Through Your Heart To Meet Your Inner Superhuman That You Can Call Upon Anytime You Need.
5 Myths And Outright Lies About Hormones That Are Keeping You From Experiencing Your Best Self And The Truths To Set You Free.
Things To Ask Your Healthcare Providers To Ensure You’re Getting Everything You Need To Support Your Health And Wellness.
A Little Secret Is Revealed Helping You To Start Getting The Best Sleep Of Your Life.
The Story Of An 11,000-Year-Old Amazonian Tribe, Found Still Alive And Thriving In 2009, That Taught Us An Incredible Secret About Our Health.
Hormone Turbo-Charging Tips For More Fulfilling Relationships
AND MUCH MORE!
The TRUE Cost Of Not Getting Enough Sleep (As If A Shorter Lifespan Isn’t Bad Enough, Many Find These 3 Things Worse)
How The 5 Sleep Stages Work, And Why You Never Want To Wake Up In The Wrong One (Hint: This Is Exactly Why You Feel Groggy In The Morning And Drag Your Butt The Whole Day).
IN SECRETS FOR SLEEPING SOUNDLY YOU WILL FIND...
What Blue Light Is (And Why It’s So Crucial To Limit It In The Evening And Exterminate It Before Sleeping).
The True Cause Of Your ‘Afternoon Slump’ And What To Do About It (Hint: The Wrong Foods Make The Slump Worse…BUT Eating The Right Foods Will Not Make The Slump Go Away).
Why Your Room Needs To Be 100% Pitch Black (And How Any Light At All Can Quickly Ruin The Quality Of Your Sleep).
The Hidden Disorder That May Be Wrecking Your Sleep (Even If You Don’t Realize You Have It... 10% Of The Population Does).
How Having Your Bed Positioned Improperly In Your Bedroom Ruins Your Sleep (And How To Fix It Quickly).
Why Snoring Can Kill You (And So-Called “Miracle Treatments” That You Need To Be On The Lookout For... These Can Do You More Harm Than Good).
AND MUCH MORE!
The second bonus is our book ‘9 Sleep-Enhancing Herbs and How to Use Them.’
Herbs are potent, indeed.
And the right ones can help you sleep more soundly and wake up feeling alert and refreshed.
Chamomile is known to help with sleep, so is valerian, so is… well, you’ll soon see.
How do you know which herbs to take?
How much should you take?
And what forms can you take them in?
All of these questions are important if you want to use herbs safely to improve your sleep.
3 Recipes for A Great Night's Sleep
9 Sleep Enhancing Herbs & How to Use Them
First, you’ll get our book ‘3 recipes for a perfect night’s sleep - better rest through nutrition.’
Did you know that what you eat can be incredibly important for high-quality, restful sleep?
Some foods have the power to help you fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer, and get the deep, restorative sleep that you need.
Others will prevent you from falling asleep, make your sleep fitful, and leave you feeling horrible the next day.
Some foods let you fall asleep, but not for long! They’ll wake you back up as little as 30 minutes later.
It’s helpful to have a few recipes to get you going in the right direction, so it just seems like the right move to include this here.
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