Working With Your Natural Energy Cycles
While cortisol is mostly known as the “stress hormone,” it plays a crucial role in your body’s energy and sleep cycles. It also helps regulate metabolism and inflammation and maintain blood sugar levels.
The Impact of Imbalanced Cortisol
Cortisol levels naturally fluctuate throughout the day, but chronic stress can disrupt this balance.
Imbalanced cortisol levels can lead to fatigue, mood swings, disrupted sleep and other health issues.
Over time, it can negatively affect your metabolism, immune system, and overall health.
You Deserve Better
Recognizing Cortisol Imbalance: The Symptoms
Symptoms of cortisol imbalance can include being tired in the morning but wired at night, difficulty concentrating, anxiety and increased cravings.
You might also be noticing weight gain (especially around the abdomen), mood swings, and poor sleep.
Take Control Of Your Cortisol
We’ll help you better manage your stress and control your cortisol by optimizing your sleep and learning how to prioritize self care
take control of your cortisol
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