In this Episode, Faraz Khan discusses the 5-types of stress with Dr. Doni Wilson. She’s identified that people can have one of 5 unique stress types – and you must handle each of them differently. She covers this in her new book, Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health. Here is the interview in full:
Here are the topics of discussion from this podcast:
- Dr. Doni’s background and how she wrote a book about stress
- Harmful effects of chronic stress
- What are the two stress hormones Cortisol and Adrenaline
- How does the HPA axis work to amp up or amp down stress in your body
- What is adrenal fatigue or adrenal distress
- What is the 24-hour cycle of cortisol and adrenaline in a healthy body
- Do genes play a part with the type of stress you may have?
- What are the 5 different stress types?
- How can people determine their stress type?
- What are the best blood tests or other tests to help determine stress types – and cortisol and adrenaline?
- What is the C.A.R.E method of stress recovery?
- Where can people find you and learn more about you?
Connect with Dr. Doni:
- Facebook https://facebook.com/drdoniwilson
- Instagram https://instagram.com/drdoniwilson
- YouTube https://youtube.com/user/DoniWilsonND
- Weekly Wellness Wisdom Newsletter: https://doctordoni.com/www
More Resources from Dr. Doni:
- Start with Dr. Doni’s Stress Quiz:
- Latest Book: Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health
- Stress Warrior Book
- Stress Warrior Stress Resiliency Group (FREE)
- 7-day SelfC.A.R.E Stress Reset
- HPV Recovery Guide (FREE)
- If you’d like to meet with Dr. Doni one-on-one for your health, request a Health Breakthrough Session: https://doctordoni.com/breakthrough
- To get an idea of more comprehensive options, read about Dr. Doni’s Signature Consultation Programs: https://doctordoni.com/services
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