Sleep and Hormones“I wish I could sleep…but my A.D.D. kicks in and well basically, one sheep, two sheep, cow, turtle, duck, Old McDonald had a farm. HEEEEYYY Macarena!”

Why is this so funny? Because anyone who struggles falling to sleep can absolutely relate. While not all of us have A.D.D., most of us can relate to our mind wandering at night. Whether it’s fighting with a loved one, watching tv at night, or thinking about all of the chores you need to do the next day, both men and women alike struggle with the ability to settle down and doze off for some good quality ZZZs. Did you know that there are natural ways to help? That’s right, no more Macarena in bed, unless you are into that sort of thing. The answer is quite simple: Hormones. Hormones and stress directly correlate with sleep. So grab your Cuddle Ewe™ comforter, and dive right in.

Hormones + Stress = Not a Good Night

What is a hormone anyways? No, it’s not just something that young boys and teenage girls experience. It’s actually a chemical message in the bloodstream that control many of the body’s processes. Growth, development, stress, and even sleep, are all impacted by hormones. During your sleep cycle, several of your body’s hormones are released so that your body can both grow and heal itself. There is also a hormone that can increase your sense of sleepiness at night, Melatonin. Conversely, Cortisol, works as a wake up signal, informing your body that it’s time to rise with the sun.

Cuddle Ewe™ Aids Your Sleep Hormones

While we could talk all day about all the different types of hormones that could both help/hinder the way you sleep, it’s equally important to realize how you can both help/hinder those hormones. Studies have shown that the environment you surround yourself in plays a big role. For example, light and sunshine is a huge factor in decreasing melatonin. A dark and comfortable environment is the best way to release melatonin. This is where Cuddle Ewe™ plays an important role. If you want to trigger those feel good, sleeping hormones, it’s simple: reduce stimuli, cut off the lights, and snuggle down with an all natural Cuddle Ewe™ mattress pad and comforter. Cuddle Ewe™’s all natural wool bedding conforms to your body, alleviating the painful joint areas that may be keeping you awake and stalling the release of hormones. Cuddle Ewe™ also can regulate your body temperature and keep you dry all throughout the night. Once you settle down and close your eyes, sleeping on this wool will keep you from tossing and turning at night – meaning all of those much needed hormones will come out to heal all night long.

Sleep and hormones go hand in hand, and so should Cuddle Ewe™. You just can’t have one without the other. If you are ready to nestle down into your bed tonight, release those hormones, and get some much needed sleep, call Cuddle Ewe™ today at 800-290-9199 and order your all natural wool bedding products!

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