A good sleep is essential for rebuilding the body. The golden hours are between 11pm and 3am, but most people require seven to eight hours per night. During the night, growth hormone is released and this triggers throughout the body to build new cells and repair any damage. It also allows the brain to resynchronise the brain’s functions so that you wake re-energised the next day.

Most of us will have the occasional night when we don’t sleep. In fact, in a year, a third of the population will experience insomia. If this is a regular occurrence, it will leave you feeling tired and irritable while experiencing blood sugar high and lows, and poor quality memory and concentration.

Sleeping problems are usually caused by a serotonin imbalance, although sometimes GAB imbalances cause problems as well. By building up serotonin, not only will you sleep better, but your dopamine and acetylcholine will be replenished.

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