Trauma is a deeply disturbing experience that overwhelms our ability to respond and cope with a situation. When people think of trauma, they often associate it with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which is one of the most common types of trauma. However, trauma comes in various forms, and its impact goes beyond psychological effects. In this blog post, we aim to introduce the concept of trauma, both Big T and Little T, and shed light on how it affects the body in numerous ways, ultimately influencing one's life. It is crucial to address and heal from trauma not only from a psychological standpoint but also from a physical, psychospiritual, and social perspective.
Summer is finally here! The slower pace means less stress…more time to recover. Life is like that, isn’t it? There’s always a delicate stress-recovery balance. Our bodies are like that, too. Although stress is a normal part of life, chronic stress has major, adverse effects on your health.
Do you want to learn about your stress patterns? Stress is a normal part of life. But when it becomes chronic, it can have serious health consequences. In this group visit, I’ll show you how Firstbeat HRV technology can help you better understand these patterns of stress and recovery, so you can take simple actions to improve the quality of your life.
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.
You've probably heard that drinking water is good for your health. But what does it really do, and how can you make sure to drink enough every day? We know how hard it can be to get your daily dose of H2O. So, join me and learn the importance of hydration and some easy ways to increase your water intake!
As we all know, the world has been through a tough battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the war has calmed, the aftermath remains, and one of the persistent challenges we face is the issue of Long COVID. It’s our mission to bring hope and support to those who have been affected, which is why we’re inviting you to watch our webinar: “The war has calmed, but the fallout remains: The Dilemma of Long COVID.”
The gut microbiota is a complex ecosystem of bacteria that live in your digestive tract. It's essential for your digestion, immune function, and even your mental health. But what if it's out of balance? What can you do about it?
You may have heard of leaky gut before, but what is it and why does it matter? It sounds scary, but the truth is that you probably already have a leaky gut. We all have some degree of leaky gut, as this barrier is not completely impenetrable (and isn’t supposed to be!).