Nutrition Practitioner Martina shares a few fundamental facts about the stress hormone cortisol, as well as some of her favourite tips to support cortisol management. By incorporating breathing techniques, time in nature, and becoming aware of stimulating food and drinks, you can take your first steps toward beneficial stress reduction practices.
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Alex shares some new information on the Fatigue Super Conference – what you can expect and how to find out more. During the Fatigue Super Conference OUR EXPERTS WILL COVER The role of gut issues in fatigue How toxins and chemicals can zap energy How to identify if autoimmunity and thyroid issues may be playing […]
Understanding and being able to witness the kind of anxiety we’re expieriencing is the first step to addressing it and easing the symptom. Physical Anxiety types can be contributed to blood sugar issues, having a mitochondria crash, adrenal anxiety, or hormone issues. Anxiety triggered by emotional overwhelm can be caused by difficult life experiences, and […]
Some of the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and menopause overlap. Joint pain, headaches, lack of energy, depression and anxiety are present in both conditions. Menopause patients experience hot flushes, decreased libido and aging skin. The three stages of a women’s lifecycle are pre, peri and post menopause and all three of these stages can […]
Adrenal chronic fatigue is at the root of much illness. The adrenal glands manufacture many hormones, including the fast acting stress hormones, adrenalin and noradrenalin,and the slower acting cortisol and DHEA. These hormones provide us the energy we need to feel energetic and experience a sense of wellbeing. They also help us to deal with […]
People with chronic fatigue and polycystic ovaries experience worsening symptoms with poor diet, lack of exercise, and stress. Additional symptoms of polycystic ovaries are increased body hair, low or absent menstruation, weight gain, mood swings, acne and fertility problems. Lifestyle changes help alleviate these symptoms. With normal ovarian function the ovaries produce a single healthy […]