When most people think of reducing inflammation in the body, diet usually
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Rest + sleep is one of the *most* overlooked aspects to managing inflammation. This is unfortunate since it has a huge influence on your hormones.
And not just *any* hormones! Sleep regulates the hormones that tell you when you're hungry or full--meaning: it can influence how much you eat, and how hungry you think you are all day!
Sleep also wipes harmful enzymes from your brain in addition to giving your body the energy and time it needs for repair.
And a little lesser-known fact: sleep also helps your gut rebuild the good gut bacteria you desperately need for the multitude of balancing acts its performing at any given time.
All of which collectively either contribute to more inflammation, or managed inflammation.
The first step to good sleep: Sleep Hygiene
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