Video: Which Supplements hurt and which help your sleep? Optimizing Sleep Part 12

In this video, I continue with my discussion of the 2nd major cause of sub-optimal sleep, Physiological Activation (PA).

PA refers to when our brain and body are too revved up to sleep. When our sympathetic nervous system (think stress or fight-flight system) is activated.

In this video, I review which supplements may be worsening your sleep and which supplements may help.

I cover vitamin D, CoQ10, DHEA, melatonin, coffee, tea, yerba mate (caffeine & theobromine), garlic, chromium, glycine, valerian, ashwagandha, and magnesium.

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Dr. Chris Friesen, Ph.D., C.Psych., BCN, BCB, BCB-HRV
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