Most of us in our late 30s and 40s with symptoms of insomnia are actually experiencing the beginning of our transition to andropause (men) or perimenopause/ menopause (women). Sleep can be impacted by many things, such as hormones and lifestyle changes. The shifting ratios of hormones can be an unsettling process, sometimes contributing to the inability to fall asleep. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) works by supplementing hormone that are no longer being made by our bodies the same way as it did before the decline in production. HRT has been found to help both men and women regain sleep. At Hormone Therapy of Orlando we have experienced great success with our patients by using a combination of both (HRT) and growth hormone peptides for re-establishing sleep. Growth hormone positively impacts the REM sleep cycle. REM is when your brain and body are energized and dreaming occurs. This sleep cycle is very important for rejuvenation and age management. Through a simple blood test we can see if you are good candidate for this therapy.