Optimize Sleep for Better Health

Is A Lack of Sleep Disrupting Your Life?

Imagine waking up fully rested, ready to tackle any challenge, and embrace all the pleasures of the world with gratitude. Doesn’t that sound great?

We all know what a good night’s sleep feels like, but how often do we get it?

In this hectic, hyper-stimulated, nerve-wracking world, it is challenging to create a sleep routine that our bodies and brains need to function optimally. That’s why we’re launching a special Optimize Sleep for Better Health Email Series!

When you sign up for this resource, you’ll be provided with research and insight about the effect that sleep has on our health, tips, and support about how to get good quality sleep, and information about some of our favorite products from Biotics Research sleep protocol line!

Meet N2U Nutrition and Wellness, The Host of The Optimize Sleep for Better Health Email Series

Wellness is not just management of disease, but rather it involves a balance of the mind, body and spirit with nutrition, exercise, and mental wholeness. N2U Nutrition and Wellness combines Family Medicine and Functional Medicine to help people achieve their wellness goal. I am excited! The practice is a vision that came about out of a need to be better—a better physician who seeks to prevent disease and treat the cause…. a better person to myself by slowing down my pace to improve my own health and longevity… a better daughter, sister, and mother because I am present. Let's work together for a better you!

Created by:

Nequita Dowling, MD

Sleep Is a Hot Topic

Any health news junkie can see that the importance of sleep has come to center stage. More and more, we see the valuable connection between the necessary amount of quality sleep and our health.

The function of sleep remains a lively topic because we are beginning to understand sleep helps with the replenishment of brain energy stores, detoxification, restoration of function, and brain connectivity/plasticity.

We now can officially say, sleep matters. Once considered a passive time of powering down and turning off, science is revealing to us that yes, our conscious minds power down, but we are far from passive during sleep hours. On the contrary, we now understand that sleep is incredibly complex.

If you’re ready to learn more about how your body operates and how you can support your sleep health to reach a place of more optimal wellbeing, don’t miss out on this email series!

We Can’t Wait to Share With You!