Reducing Stress to Boost Family Health

Dr. Doni is participating in the Raising Toddlers Courageously Conference, an online event devoted entirely to to taking the frustration, chaos, and guesswork out of raising toddlers. Her presentation is about how to support our body’s stress recovery process that works for adults and children.Raising Toddlers Courageously Conference

A FREE Online Event From March 21st – 25th, 2018

I’m excited to be participating in the Raising Toddlers Courageously Conference, an online event devoted to taking the frustration, chaos, and guesswork out of raising toddlers. It’s hosted by Devon Kuntzman, Founder of Courageous Parents Collective, who has put together an amazing collection of parenting experts for this event.

My presentation is called Reducing Stress to Boost Family Health and it will air on Thursday, March 22nd – you can listen for free on that day.

Here’s what I’ll be covering:

  • Why stress goes beyond psychological triggers
  • Common stressors as well as the less obvious and hidden triggers
  • Our bodies’ physiological stress pathways
  • How stress can be a healthy part of our lives
  • The key to health while being stressed
  • Learn when and how children experience stress
  • The CARE formula to support our body’s stress recovery process that works for adults and children
  • Why sleep is vital to your family’s well-being
  • Tools to recover faster from a cold
  • How to respond when you realize you are getting a cold or the flu

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Stress looks different on everyone. That’s why I call it your “stress fingerprint.” This will affect how you respond to stress, and of course, the specific treatments you’ll need to reduce stress and recover from its effects.

Too much continued stress can lead to bigger problems, as you can imagine. It can put a load on your adrenal glands, causing what I call adrenal distress. The symptoms of adrenal distress go far beyond “simple” fatigue, including problems falling (or staying) asleep, difficulty waking up, increased food cravings, and even a lack of focus and mental clarity.

Mothers are particularly prone to adrenal distress. You are “on call” day and night, you rarely get an unbroken night of sleep, and you are constantly on the go. By the time you have a toddler, this cycle of stress is well-established, and most moms haven’t given their bodies what they need to recover from the effects of adrenal distress.

adrenal distress, adrenal fatigue, adrenal exhaustion, cortisol, adrenaline, ovarian function, epigeneticsThe good news is that there is relief – adrenal distress is highly reversible with the right steps and solutions. So, if you feel tired all or most of the time, this may be the best thing you do for yourself – and your toddler – this year.

If you’d like to hear my presentation, you can register now to listen for free on March 22nd, or you can purchase the recordings if you prefer to listen later. The summit includes presentations by dozen of educators, parenting experts, health experts, and practitioners.

Lastly, to anyone attending the summit, I’d like to offer you some free gifts:

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Dr. Doni is participating in the Raising Toddlers Courageously Conference, an online event devoted entirely to to taking the frustration, chaos, and guesswork out of raising toddlers. Her presentation is about how to support our body’s stress recovery process that works for adults and children.
Disclosure: Links to register for the conference are affiliate links, meaning that there is no extra charge to you – but that I may receive a commission from the conference host.