This blog article is a part of a series of three articles touching on some correlations/connections between our nutrition and our mental wellbeing, spring can be a great time to re-consider and re-invent how we relate to our food and set intentions for growth towards more balanced nutrition. As a holistic psychotherapist, I am striving to support my clients in looking at multiple factors and tools to achieve their goals and find the balance many are striving for.
This article focuses on the linkages between what we put in our bodies and symptoms of insomnia that we experience. A study from NIH states that nutrition has a profound impact on hormones and inflammation that contribute to insomnia. Please find below 5 considerations in supporting your nutrition and reducing insomnia symptoms:
If you have questions or are looking for more information regarding nutrition, I would be happy to provide you a referral to a Naturopath or Nutritionist specializing in supporting insomnia. I am Nicole Levy, and I am here as your helping hand. My email is Nicole.firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a Registered Psychotherapist and Art Therapist. And I have been writing this blog since May 2021 about various topics including parenting, supporting adult and child mental health, and holistic approaches. The intention of this blog is to provide resources and information to others, however it is not intended to take the place of therapy. If you have any questions about anything written please reach out to me.