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Your Sleep Schedule Could be Affecting your Weight - HCG, Xymogen's AppeCurb

[fa icon="calendar'] May 24, 2019 5:09:33 PM / by Winter Ninivaggi

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circadian rhythm affects a number of processes in the body such as growth of cancer cells, stress, and metabolism. After performing the first ever study of the circadian rhythm and fat cells, it appears they have their own clocks and use them throughout the day. 

 

 

The analysis revealed that many of the genes perform key metabolic functions at different times of the day and about a third of them peaked in the morning and two-thirds of them in the evening. "Those that sprung into action in the morning were associated with nucleic acid biology, a key mechanism for cell function, while those on the late shift were linked to redox activity and organic acid metabolism." (Lavars, 2019) 

This pinpoints the long theorized idea that a disrupted body clock can be a factor in obesity and negative health outcomes. 

"This is the first time that we have been able to identify such rhythms in human fat," says Dr Jonathan Johnston, lead author on the study. "This provides us with more information about how human metabolism changes across the day and possibly why the body processes foods differently during day and night." (Lavars, 2019)

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Melatonin is primarily produced in the pineal gland. It not only acts as a regulator of the circadian rhythm but also is a neuroprotective antioxidant.  Decreased melatonin production and disrupted rhythms occur with age and factors such as electromagnetic pollution also may influence melatonin production and the circadian system. Decreased levels and altered system have also been seen in depressed individuals.  Because melatonin is synthesized from serotonin, lower levels of serotonin, and its precursor tryptophan can contribute to lower melatonin levels. It has been shown to protect against central nervous system oxidative damage, reducing lipid peroxidation and oxidative damage.

We have several patients who when they were on anti-depressants showed extremely low levels of serotonin in blood serum while they were on medication. It seemed that the medication created depressed levels of serotonin. We also have liquid serotonin in stock for those who need an immediate boost. 

Xymogen's Melatonin, Melatonin CR, NeuroMag Sedalin (the only Chinese formula) are great choices to address insomnia. Our patients with cancer are typically on the Melatonin CR or 20 mg every night because cancer plays a nasty trick on your biological clock by tricking your body into thinking that it is daytime all the time so cells can proliferate continuously. Sleep is critical to our survival.

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It has been shown to to improve depression, sleep quality and anxiety. It is important to address insomnia as it can lead to serious health issues such as brain atrophy. Poor sleep quality was associated with smaller brain volume in the right superior frontal cortex of the brain. Shorter sleep duration, time actually spent asleep and increased time to fall asleep were all linked to brain atrophy across frontal, temporal and parietal cortices in the brain. Poor sleep affects our memory, productivity, moods, hormones and general well-being.  We need stage 4 sleep to repair our brains and bodies.  

Try new things. Meditation and breathing exercises will help to calm a restless mind. Find what works for you. Loving yourself, getting to the root of your insomnia and finding healthy effective ways to treat it will be the best thing you can do for yourself. Let's face it, insomnia takes a huge toll on your daily life and those around you. Giving yourself the sleep of your dreams will change your life. 

If you think that mental unrest and excessive stress are just part of life and you are having trouble sleeping, visit us at Second Nature Care. We will spend the time to understand the root cause of your insomnia and/or anxiety and find the best treatment and lifestyle changes for you. 

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Lavars, N. (2019, February 26). Circadian rhythm study shows how fat cells dance to the beat of their own drum. Retrieved from https://newatlas.com/circadian-rhythm-study-fat-cells/58640/

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Written by Winter Ninivaggi

Isadora Guggenheim, ND, RN, MS, CNS LMT, owner of Second Nature Naturopathic Care, LLC
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