Does the amount of sleep you get impact you? One of the biggest cycle disruptors is sleep. From how much sleep we get, to the quality of sleep there are many factors as to why sleep is vitally important for a healthy menstrual cycle and the overall endocrine system.
Join me and sleep hormone guru Leigha Saunders for this episode to learn about sleep, your own sleep habits and what’s considered, a good nights sleep.
Meet Our Podcast Guest:
[Cycle Day 24 – Inner Autumn]
Dr. Leigha Saunders is a naturopathic doctor obsessed with all things sleep. She is the creator of The Sleep Fix, the program that helps women uncover the real (often hormonal) reasons they’re not sleeping so they can fix it!
She maintains a private practice with a special interest in helping busy women gain energy, balance their mood, regulate hormones and sleep deep. Her ultimate mission is to help women sleep deep at night to do what sets their soul on fire during the day!
Dr. Leigha is on a mission to help women chase their dreams, not exhaustion.
- Sleeps impact on mental and physical health
- Sleep and your Endocrine System
- How many hours is a good amount of sleep
- Why you wake up in the middle of the night
- How are hormones and sleep connected?
- How hormones change and impact sleep
- How sleep changes over a woman’s menstrual cycle life time
- Simple steps to better sleep
Connect with our Guest:Instagram: @drleighasaundersnd Website: www.leighasaundersnd.com
Thank you so much for tuning in to this episode of The Well Woman Podcast. I’m beyond honoured that you’re here and would be grateful if you could take 2 minutes to leave me a 5-star review in iTunes or on your podcast app, this way together we can inspire, connect and educate even more women.
Until next time beautiful!
Get connected, listen to your body and remember; body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.