Insomnia and

Female Hormonal Imbalance


"The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well."

Of all the things in the body that hormones affect, sleep is one of the most important. Without quality sleep, it is difficult to regulate appetite, to burn fat, to feel good, and to be happy and calm. Poor sleep can cause inflammation, poor blood sugar control, depression, anxiety, and a whole host of other issues. Women suffer from insomnia at nearly twice the rate of men. This may in part be due to social and psychological factors, but it is also no doubt also due to the physiology of female hormones.

Low estrogen levels cause insomnia

Estrogen helps move magnesium into tissues. Magnesium is crucial for catalyzing more than 300 reactions in the body, the synthesis of important sleep neurotransmitters and the sleep hormone melatonin included. If you lack of estrogen, it is both harder to fall asleep as well as harder to stay asleep throughout the night.

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • Link between adrenal imbalance, female hormonal imbalance and sleep

  • Why sex hormones crash if you have adrenal fatigue

  • What is pregnenolone steal

  • Link fluctuations with the menstrual cycle and sleep

  • Why at menopause you don’t sleep well

  • Why at menopause women have hot flashes