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The Connection Between Gluten and Sleep Problems

Posted by Darian Dozier on Feb 3, 2022 1:32:00 PM

Gluten allergy, also known as Celiac disease, is the result of the body's inability to process gluten and an allergic reaction that takes place in the bowel. u allergy is a genetic disorder that affects the way the body processes gluten. Gluten is a molecule found in wheat, so anything that uses flower or any other grain source is going to have gluten in it. Therefore, if you have celiac disease, then you're going to feel major discomfort every time you consume something that contains gluten. Find out more about the connection between gluten and what it could do to your sleep. 

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The Relationship Between Chronic Sickness and Sleep Disorders

Posted by Tyler Britton on Oct 20, 2021 3:10:00 PM

The Relationship Between Your Immune System and Sleep

Your immune system and sleep are connected. Sleep loss impacts your immune response and, in turn, your immune system alters your sleep. If you are trying to avoid getting sick, getting consistently long and quality sleep will be one of your primary methods of preventing illness and ensuring optimal recovery.

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The Relationship Between Your Immune System and Sleep

Posted by Tyler Britton on Jul 11, 2021 1:51:00 PM

The Relationship Between Your Immune System and Sleep

Your immune system and sleep are intimately connected. Sleep loss impacts your immune response and, in turn, your immune system alters your sleep. If you are trying to avoid getting sick, consistently getting the recommended hours of quality sleep will be one of your primary methods of preventing illness and ensuring optimal recovery.

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Why Sleep Is Best to Prevent Sickness

Posted by Tyler Britton on Jul 5, 2021 1:48:00 PM

Why Sleep Prevents Sickness

Sleep loss impacts your immune response and, in turn, your immune system alters your sleep. Sleep will be one of your primary defenses, if not the primary defense, against getting sick, as it helps ensure that your immune response is optimal and effective.

The relationship between sleep and the immune system are molecules called cytokines. Cytokines act as signaling molecules in the immune system and the brain. Sleep loss decreases your body’s production of protective cytokines.

During illness, increased levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines correspond with increased fatigue, which is why you feel tired when you are sick – it’s your body’s way of telling you to sleep more and recover quicker from your illness.

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The Relationship Between Chronic Sickness and Sleep Disorders

Posted by Tyler Britton on Dec 14, 2020 8:00:00 AM

The Relationship Between Your Immune System and Sleep

Your immune system and sleep are intimately connected. Sleep loss impacts your immune response and, in turn, your immune system alters your sleep. If you are trying to avoid getting sick, getting consistently long and quality sleep will be one of your primary methods of preventing illness and ensuring optimal recovery.

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The Relationship Between Your Immune System and Sleep

Posted by Tyler Britton on Aug 16, 2019 8:17:19 AM

The Relationship Between Your Immune System and Sleep

Your immune system and sleep are intimately connected. Sleep loss impacts your immune response and, in turn, your immune system alters your sleep. If you are trying to avoid getting sick, getting consistently long and quality sleep will be one of your primary methods of preventing illness and ensuring optimal recovery.

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Why Sleep Is Best to Prevent Sickness

Posted by Tyler Britton on Aug 2, 2019 8:52:09 AM

Why Sleep Prevents Sickness

Sleep loss impacts your immune response and, in turn, your immune system alters your sleep. Sleep will be one of your primary defenses, if not the primary defense, against getting sick, as it helps ensure that your immune response is optimal and effective.

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