Can Aging Effect My Sleep?

Sleep is vital to human health as food, water, and air. Sleep has been connected to weight management, heart health, brain health/cognitive function to name a few. Studies have shown that getting 7-8 hours of sleep a night can improve mental focus, reduce stress, and contribute to a calmer state of mind. Just like diet and exercise, getting the optimal amount of sleep is essential to one’s overall health.

Obviously, there are multiple factors which contribute to one getting adequate quantity and quality of sleep. But aging and hormonal imbalance are common reasons. Of course, this is very common in women during the time of life around menopause (with hormone changes and fluctuations) but can also happen to men as well.

Restoring hormones to a more youthful state and adding advanced supplementation brings your body chemistry back in balance so you can get a better night’s sleep.

Learn more about the Age Management Clinic at PRO Medical and how we can help you achieve a better nights sleep.


By Dr. Joseph Upton, MD, Board Certified Age Management Physician at PRO Medical.

Schedule an appointment with our Age Management clinic to learn more about how we can help you live a longer, healthier life.

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