It’s the middle of the night and your mind is roaming. There’s one thought that dominates above the rest. It’s the same thought that’s been crawling across your brain for months, maybe years—Why can’t I sleep?
Unfortunately, many women don’t find the real answer to this question. Instead, they’ll do everything they can to try and fix the “problem.” They’ll stack up on sleeping pills. They’ll meditate. They’ll crank up the ocean waves till they can’t even hear their own breathing. What’s the problem here? They’re not really looking for the answer to their recurring question: “Why can’t I sleep?”
If you’re older than 35, there’s a good chance you have a definite answer to this question: the loss of hormones. It happens to all women over 35, but not all women are aware of its effects. When women begin losing these hormones, they start to have less energy, weaker concentration, less strength and, oftentimes—sleep disturbances.
This can mean a variety of things. Maybe it’s more difficult for you to fall asleep. Maybe you can’t stay asleep for very long. Or maybe you only feel sleepy at the wrong times. Whatever sleep problems you’re having, the first thing you need to do is find out if you’re hormones are at an unhealthy level. If they are, you have the chance to alleviate the problem.
Hormones can be replaced in a healthy way that brings back normal sleep patterns. This is done through BHRT, which stands for Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. BHRT supplements the hormone loss so women can have better sleep, more energy, and less exhaustion.
The staff at The Broadway Clinic in OKC provide BHRT to their patients because it is a proven and effective way to get back normal sleep and strength. To find out if hormone deficiency is the cause of your sleep problem, The Broadway Clinic provides blood tests for that purpose.
Sleep better with BHRT.
Posted on Wed, November 19, 2014
by The Broadway Clinic filed under