The holiday season is just around the corner and with it comes a whirlwind of joy and anticipation. But it can also bring a host of challenges to your health including food temptations, hectic schedules, and inevitable fatigue as the season’s demands crowd out the holiday cheer.
Are you interested in fasting but aren’t sure where to start? Fasting can help reduce inflammation levels in your body and lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels. In fact, fasting is an excellent option for helping you reach a new level of health. The problem is there is a lot of misinformation out there, and approaching fasting without a clinician guiding you along the way can be dangerous.
With hypothyroidism, you often have to deal with the fatigue that doesn't seem to go away after a good night's sleep. You may also experience hair thinning, daily headaches, or sugar cravings. These are all symptoms of an underactive thyroid, and they can make your life miserable. But did you know you can improve these issues by optimizing your metabolism?
Histamine intolerance is a real thing, but it’s often not well understood. The truth is that histamine intolerance affects so many people and can actually be a significant contributor to common symptoms such as food sensitivities, fatigue, headaches/migraines, joint pain, nasal congestion or sinus issues, leaky gut, digestive issues, and hormone imbalances.
If you’ve ever struggled with fatigue, you know how aggravating it can be. Every step feels like you’re dragging a ball and chain behind you as you attempt to make it through your day. Fatigue limits your freedom to do what you want, when you want, and can even make it difficult to think and make decisions.
What would it feel like to wake up with rejuvenating energy that lasts all day long? If you’re someone who experiences fatigue, this might seem like a fantasy. But fatigue is like a courier delivering a very important message directly to you – and the message is that there is dysfunction, disease, or disability in your body that you need to pay attention to.
You deserve to feel good. It’s a bold statement. It might even be a hope you gave up on long ago. Pain, fatigue, depression, blood sugar issues, heart disease – they all seem to be the norm these days. With a staggering 60% of American adults now living with at least one chronic illness, the odds are high that you or someone you love are in this camp.
Rheumatoid arthritis can make you feel powerless. The pain and fatigue are relentless. And the medications you’ve been prescribed to control the disease leave a lot to be desired. These meds often don’t fully control your symptoms and even have some potentially scary side effects.
What is Stress? By definition: “Stress is your body’s way of responding to any kind of demand.” This definition might be a little vague, but everyone knows what it feels like to be stressed.
Odds are someone you know or love has been affected by Alzheimer’s or Dementia. According to the Alzheimer's Association, the number of Americans living with Alzheimer's is growing — and growing fast. More than 6 million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer's. An estimated 6.2 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer's dementia in 2021.