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Circadian Rhythm, Sleep and Hormone Balance


Tracy Tranchitella, ND


We live in a world where we can extend our daytime activities well into the night but what has this done to our patterns of sleep, hormone production and overall well-being? The circadian rhythm is the 24-hour cycle of light and dark that we experience every day. Our response to light during the day and darkness at night sets the timing of key biological events, hormone production, detoxification and mechanisms for rest, recovery and repair.

This webinar will discuss the importance of adherence to patterns of sleep, food consumption and activity that support human physiology and can result in better hormone balance, stress tolerance, weight management and more.

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About the Author

Tracy Tranchitella, ND

Tracy Tranchitella is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine integrating the scientific principles of Functional Medicine with the sensibility and holistic view of traditional naturopathy. She provides naturopathic consultations for general health issues including digestive disorders, blood sugar management, autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders, chronic fatigue, hormone and menstrual issues and general dietary and nutritional consultations.

Dr. Tranchitella graduated from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and has been in practice for 24 years. In addition to patient consultations, Dr. Tranchitella is co-founder of Integrative Medicine Academy with her partner Dr. Kurt Woeller. IMA provides in-depth courses in various areas of focus within Functional Medicine.

Dr. Tranchitella is a practicing partner at Sunrise Functional Medicine in Bend, Oregon.