When you want to lose weight and improve your energy levels, you likely first think about your metabolism. If those stubborn last few pounds just won’t seem to go away no matter what you do, you may believe that your metabolism is at fault. While it is true that your metabolism plays a key role in losing weight and improving your energy, that stubborn fat usually isn’t the only indicator that something may be wrong with your metabolism. Chronic joint problems, difficulty with sleeping, and even digestive problems like indigestion or bloating can all be signs that your metabolism isn’t working at peak functionality. As such, understanding your metabolic code could help you and our team identify what you need in order to improve the functionality of your metabolism.
Better Your Sleep
One of the methods of improving your metabolism doesn’t have to do with diet or exercise at all. In fact, one of the best ways you can improve your metabolism is by sleeping. A lack of sleep actually increases your blood sugar and can increase the number of hunger hormones that are produced. Essentially, not getting enough sleep can make your body eat more than it actually needs to. This can cause issues with your metabolism if it occurs often enough. To keep your blood sugar normalized, be sure you receive plenty of sleep.
The Metabolic Code
What is referred to as the “metabolic code” is ultimately a health assessment that examines your biology and how it affects your metabolism. Its goal is to figure out the underlying causes of why you might be suffering from a slow metabolism. Equipped with this information, you can then move forward with a regimen that’s designed around improving your metabolism.
Knowing Your Code
By understanding your metabolic code, you can come up with a plan with our team at The Center for Sexual and Urinary Function that aims to improve the functionality of your metabolism. To get started, book an appointment at our office in Glendale, Phoenix, Globe, or Show Low. We’ll work with you and go through every detail to determine just what might be causing your problems. Contact us today to schedule your consultation!