3 ways your hormones wreck your sleep

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Hi, I'm Tina!

I’m the owner of Carrots ‘N’ Cake as well as a Certified Nutrition Coach and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P). I use macros and functional nutrition to help women find balance within their diets while achieving their body composition goals.

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POV: You can’t fall asleep, and when you do, you can’t stay asleep. Ugh, enter tired, groggy eyes and zombie-ing through the day till coffee zips you awake. ⁠

Did you ever think maybe your hormones are to blame? Did you know there are 3 ways your hormones wreck your sleep? Oooh, yes! Read on to learn how imbalanced hormones can really mess with your sleep! 


3 ways your hormones can wreck your sleep 

1. Having high cortisol…⁠

I see this again and again with my clients (and what I struggled with myself) – when they have high cortisol, which is the stress hormone, it’s tough to wind down at bedtime. ⁠

Ever felt wired and tired? Yep, blame it on the high cortisol. ⁠

2. Having low progesterone…⁠

Ladies in your 30s, 40s, and 50s, our progesterone levels will start to decline as we get older. It’s not the best because progesterone is a calming hormone; it can make us sleepy. ⁠

Also, if you are super stressed, you’ve been overtraining, under-eating or you’ve been on the pill or an IUD, you’re probably suffering from low progesterone, too.⁠

HINT: learn my secret sauce tip on how to solve low progesterone in my recent Youtube video! ⁠And here are some more symptoms of low progesterone and what to do about it. Low progesterone is super common in women in their mid-to-late 30s and 40s. It naturally starts to wane as we get older. 

3. Having low melatonin… ⁠

Melatonin is our sleepy time hormone ~ and 80% of it is made in the gut ~ So if you have any chronic gut issues, whether it’s constipation, IBS, or loose bowels, it could contribute to low melatonin.⁠

Head to my Youtube channel and snag the bonus tip that made a difference in my struggle with insomnia!⁠ 

Are you unknowingly gaining weight because of hormones?

Then let’s figure out how to stop it! Download my FREE guide below! 


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