How to Master Your Stress & Reset Your Health: Dr. Doni on the Empowered Relationship Podcast

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How to Master Your Stress & Reset Your Health: Dr. Doni on the Empowered Relationship Podcast

Dr. Doni was interviewed by Dr. Jessica Higgins in Episode 363 of the Empowered Relationship Podcast on how we can improve our health by learning how to master our stress.
Dr. Doni was interviewed on the Empowered Relationship Podcast talking about how stress and trauma are root of most mental and physical illness, as well as practical tips and strategies for recovering from stress and building resilience.

Dr. Doni was interviewed by Dr. Jessica Higgins in Episode 363 of the Empowered Relationship Podcast. You can listen to the episode here or in your favorite pod player.

Episode Show Notes:

Are you feeling stressed out and overwhelmed? Do you find yourself struggling to manage the demands of everyday life? If so, you’re not alone.

Stress is a common experience for many people, and it can have a significant impact on your health and well-being. But what if you could learn how to master your stress and reset your health?

In this episode, we explore how to do just that with Dr. Doni Wilson, a leading expert in stress and health optimization. She shares insights from her book, “Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health,” as well as practical tips and strategies for recovering from stress and building resilience.

Dr. Doni Wilson is a Naturopathic Doctor, certified professional midwife, certified nutrition specialist, and bestselling author of Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health. Dr. Doni suffered from migraines, and in the process of solving them, she developed her Stress Recovery Protocol. Dr. Doni brings awareness to the impact of stress and trauma on our health and how it is possible to recover and become resilient to stress.

In this Episode of the Empowered Relationship Podcast

6:50 Naturopathic doctor shares insights on root causes of health issues and the power of addressing stress.

12:08 Understanding cortisol and managing stress: Finding the right herbs for optimal cortisol levels.

17:18 The importance of cortisol: Understanding the benefits of regulating this powerful hormone.

23:00 Navigating the limitations of health insurance and investing in preventive care.

25:18 Identifying and understanding the five common stress types.

29:47 A case study of a couple’s journey to optimum cortisol and adrenaline levels.

35:29 A guide to resetting your health.

40:21 The care approach and the role of relationships in stress recovery.

Your Checklist of Actions to Take to Feel Empowered

  • Identify your stress type and cortisol levels through a stress assessment test.
  • Optimize your neurotransmitter levels through proper nutrition and supplements.
  • Implement self-care strategies such as exercise, meditation, and sleep hygiene.
  • Address any underlying health issues or imbalances caused by stress.
  • Read “Master Your Stress Reset Your Health” for a comprehensive guide to stress recovery and resilience.
  • Consider one-on-one coaching or online programs for additional support.
  • Start small and make incremental changes to avoid overwhelming yourself.

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Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health by Dr. Doni Wilson

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