I get awake from the middle of the sleep and that prolonges, does this affect my weight loss journey?

Question: I'm facing an issue related to my sleep from few days..I get awakened in d middle of d sleep and continues to prolonged awakeness...is this a sleeping disorder? does this affect my weight loss journey?


Answer: Im Sports Nutrition coach. Our bodies recover during a good sleep. Our body undergoes tremendous stress for not sleeping and produces stress hormones and puts our body in a catabolic state. High-quality sleep doesn't just happen accidentally and you can't control exactly how much sleep you actually get. You have to make it happen by building solid sleep habits.
Spray Lavender oil drops on your pillow and also use a diffuser to rise vapors in your room 15 mins before you sleep. This works amazing and Spa’s use Lavender oil for this reason. If this does not work only then consider below thoughts.
Consider these foods RICH in and you can also consider supplementing: 
Magnesium helps relax muscles and stops cramping and spasming. If youre prone to nighttime jaw grinding and leg cramps, this will definitely help. Another way to get additional magnesium is through magnesium-based Epsom salt baths
Inositol is a form of sugar found in citrus fruits, nuts and seeds, vegetables, and some types of meat. Inositol may help relieve insomnia (and possibly mood disorders and ADHD) by ensuring the health of the nervous system cells.
L-theanine is an amino acid found in green tea. It has a relaxing, calming effect. Take as directed, 30–60 minutes before bed.
Genuine Health's Sleep+ is a combination herbal formula that includes hops, skullcap, passionflower, and lemon balm. Take as directed, 30–60 minutes before bed
Valerian : Smells horrible, works great. 
Apart from it melatonin, GABA, 5-HTP, Relora, Phosphatidylserine are the supplements you can also consider to improve the sleep quality.This should not be constructed as a medical advise.


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