The nervous system of an empathic person may operate differently and they can run a high risk of burnout and increased physical and emotional health concerns. If you’re highly sensitive, here’s how to protect yourself and your wellbeing.
Most of our clients have asked their prior practitioners, “Why do I still feel so badly when I’m doing everything ‘right?’” To which they often hear, “I dunno, you’re a tough nut to crack.” Here are my theories on why this is so prevalent…
Here are some things you may have heard about autoimmunity (or hormone health or any other condition) — and what’s actually going on behind the scenes.
Our programs aren’t “weight loss programs,” but our clients typically lose weight. Why? Because we work with people to improve their health, which typically results in…weight loss.
Positivity, such as joy, enthusiasm, excitement, serenity, gratitude, inspiration, love, interest, and pride, brings about what Dr. Barbara Fredrickson calls an “upward spiral of lifestyle change.” And lifestyle change is what’s required for managing ANY chronic health condition.
Only one in six people who are overweight report maintaining a 10 percent weight loss for at least a year after a calorie-restrictive, hunger-inducing diet. But there’s good news – there’s a process that involves losing weight WITHOUT being hungry all the time.
Mismanaged blood sugar fuels a shocking number of hormonal complaints that range from big to small. Here’s a partial list of what happens with sugar and your hormones.
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