“We are all electrical beings, and it’s important to live our lives in harmony with nature. Once we break that bond, illnesses and sleep problems appear,” Connie Rogers, Certified Integrative Holistic Coach and Certified Brain Health Coach, says.
“Decades of ingesting poor quality foods and toxic exposures can and will change our moods, health, and stress levels eventually overburdening our biochemistry and bioelectrical balance,” she says. Here are some tips on what you can do.
Sleep is the way in which our brain prepares for the next day. According to research, a good night sleep improves learning, it helps heal and repair your heart and blood vessels, reduces your risk for obesity and helps maintain a healthy immune system.