Your body rests and restores itself when you sleep. While you’re sleeping, growth hormone is released, and will have done its job correctly if you wake up hungry for breakfast. If you wake up “full”, it’s reasonable to assume you are not receiving the deep, recuperative sleep needed for optimal health.
I have read statistics suggesting up to one-half of those over fifty years of age experience some type of sleep impairment, requiring an “outside-in” chemical aide. Sleep products do not chemically...Read More »