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Vanilla Happy
Ben Johnston

Vanilla Happy

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Menopause Power Bundle
Jitka Dotzauer
No change yet

I have been using the products for 10 days approximately but maybe too early to feel any change.
Hopefully it'll happen soon

Hi Jitka, thanks for the review. It can take a little more time for some to feel the difference. Stick to taking it daily and hopefully it starts to balance within and help soon :)

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Latte Liberate
Glynis Williams

I’m sorry but I don’t like the taste

Thanks for your feedback Glynis. Sorry to hear you didn't like the taste. It sometimes helps to add a banana and blitz it into a smoothie but I get that everyone has different taste buds.

Menopause Bundle

I am finding the collection on products in this bundle helpful. I feel more clear headed and lighter. Spiced Halo at night is improved my sleep. Looking forward to trying other flavours.

So happy hear they are working for you Jo and thanks for the review :)

Great product 🙌

Really good product I’ve tried so many different things to improve my sleep and this actually works for me! it feels like I’m getting better quality sleep after having problems with sleep from late 40s for so many years. Im very happy and highly recommended spice halo and tastes great too..
Thank-you for such a great product :)

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Latte Liberate
Sharon Arraj

Latte Liberate

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Fruitful Digest
Christine Campbell

Fruitful Digest

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Vanilla Happy
Claudia H.
Happy Vanilla

I’ve started drinking Happy vanilla a few weeks ago and my symptoms have improved, I feel more calmer and my moods have reduced, the taste it’s ok too, I will definitely order more to maintain my symptoms 👍

thanks for the review Claudia and so glad you're feeling the results :)

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Vanilla Happy
kathryn jarrett

i feel better not eating as much my belly is slowly going i think

Thanks for the review Kathryn and glad you're starting to feel the benefits of Vanilla Happy :)

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Taster Pack
Niki Mc
Awesome!

Loved all the products!
My favourite is Latte Lib!

Oh thanks so much Niki, glad you enjoyed them all. Yes to Latte Liberate - its so delicious and something I take every morning. Thanks for the review :)

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How sleep is linked to Hormonal Balance

How sleep is linked to Hormonal Balance | kulture.store

Sleep is the body’s way of recharging, regenerating, and repairing. Our body and its cells get to rest and heal from the days activities. A night of restful sleep can help prevent a host of wellness issues like weight gain, susceptibility to illness, heart disease, and impaired mood and mental functions.


When it comes to sleep (or lack thereof), our default mode is to think that sleep is affected by diet, the amount of sunlight we get, or even how tired we are at the end of the day. We don’t usually think about hormones when we think about sleep. But just as sleep helps us repair our body, it also helps us replenish our hormones to improve our hormonal health.

Restore hormonal balance

Hormones are chemical messengers that facilitate bodily functions like growth, reproduction, stress response, metabolism, energy regulation, and development. Sleep is another bodily function supported by hormones. A night of restful sleep can help restore hormonal balance. Conversely, balanced hormones can promote a good night’s sleep. It follows that an imbalance in our hormones can adversely affect our quality of sleep.


How does an imbalance in these hormones affect sleep?

Adrenalin

This hormone, released by the adrenal glands, stimulates our ‘fight or flight’ response. This makes us feel more awake and alert. You can see how that doesn't help with making it easier to get some sleep.


Cortisol and Melatonin

Cortisol has a direct effect on sleep quality. It is known as the ‘stress hormone’, so you can imagine how it might bring about the lack of sleep. Cortisol plays an integral part in the circadian rhythm - your internal body clock that regulates your sleep cycle. Cortisol spikes in the morning, to keep you awake and gradually tapers off to prepare you for winding down at the end of the day. As cortisol decreases, melatonin, the ‘sleep hormone’, increases. The reverse is true. An imbalance in these two hormones can cause a disruption in your circadian rhythm and kick your sleep cycle off kilter.


Estrogen and Progesterone

At different points in a woman’s life, she will experience spikes and dips in her sex hormones. These are usually more pronounced during menstruation and menopause. Progesterone is a natural anti anxiety hormone which proves beneficial for helping women get some restful sleep. A huge dip in estrogen level is a mark of menopause which usually brings about symptoms such as hot flushes, mood swings, and body pains which all affect the quality of sleep a woman can get.


Testosterone

Just like women, men also experience spikes and dips in their sex hormones at different points in their lives. Testosterone declines over the years as it plays an integral part in the sleep cycle particularly the REM phase. Testosterone is said to be at its highest levels during the REM phase. Consequently, a dip in testosterone is closely linked to insomnia. So the cycle goes, if your don’t get good REM sleep, your testosterone dips. And if your testosterone dips, your sleep quality dips, too.


Basically, lack of sleep causes hormonal imbalance, and hormonal imbalance reduces the quality of sleep. It’s a vicious cycle, bad to get into, and hard to break. 



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