These 3 Stresses Can Affect Your Sleep. I see patients every day who have sleep issues. Let’s talk about 3 types of stress that may be keeping you awake at night.
There are 3 types of stress I want to talk to you about, that may be affecting your sleep: chemical stress, physical stress, and emotional stress.
1. Chemical stress. This is what you eat and your environment. I want to encourage you to stay away from what I call the 7 Deadly Sins of Nutrition: alcohol, meat, sugar, dairy, coffee, soda, and artificial sweetener. At least cut back on them.
Eat more things like fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. As much as you can, follow a plant based diet for good, healthy nutrition.
2. Physical stress. If you have pain, that may be keeping you from sleeping. Chiropractic care is the most effective, least expensive treatment for back pain, so if you have pain, start out with chiropractic care, and see if that helps you.
3. Emotional stress. I can’t fix your emotional issues, but I have found that when we fix the chemical stress and the physical stress, the emotional stress improves dramatically.
If you have digestive issues, that can make the emotional issues much worse, because if you’re not absorbing the nutrients you need, it can affect your emotions.
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