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Hi, I am Dr Menka Gupta
A certified functional medicine practitioner from the Institute for Functional Medicine and expert in Functional Nutrition.
I’ve empowered over 5000 people to heal from chronic illness and optimize their health through functional medicine with my unique knowledge and qualification. In my 20 years of practice, I’ve developed a strong clinical acumen that makes my Functional medicine protocols complete, safe, and successful.
Dr Menka Gupta
IFM certified Functional medicine practitioner
Good Sleep will help you improve the following key areas:
Sustaining adequate sleep improves attention, concentration, reasoning, and problem-solving abilities. It allows the brain to function at its best, promoting overall cognitive efficiency.
Sufficient sleep supports emotional well-being and regulation. It helps regulate and stabilize emotions, reducing the likelihood of mood swings, irritability, and emotional reactivity.
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Sleep plays a crucial role in memory consolidation, which is the process of strengthening and integrating new memories. During sleep, the brain actively processes and transfers information from short-term memory to long-term memory, facilitating learning and knowledge retention.
Learning and Creativity
Sufficient sleep enhances learning abilities and promotes creativity. It improves problem-solving skills, enhances the ability to make connections between seemingly unrelated concepts, and fosters insight and innovation.
Brain Health and Aging
Adequate sleep is associated with better brain health and a reduced risk of age-related cognitive decline. It helps protect against neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Sleep deprivation, on the other hand, accelerates the aging process and increases the risk of cognitive impairment.
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