Dr. Doni was interviewed by Dr. Anthony Youn on The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, talking about stress, its effect on our health, and why adrenal fatigue in particular isn’t diagnosed by most conventional physicians but is a real issue for so many of us. Get simple, practical tips on how you can manage your stress and get your life back on track.
Stress is a part of life. Moderate amounts of stress can help us thrive and accomplish our goals. To maintain our health, however – we need to support ourselves and our bodies to keep our stress in balance.
Recent research shows that stress (in all its various forms) is a major factor in the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. These studies show that preventing – and even reversing – Alzheimer’s is possible, and that it has much more to do with lifestyle and diet changes than with your genes.
Dr. Doni was interviewed by Drs. Eric Balcavage and Erica Riggleman on the Thyroid Answers Podcast. They covered the connection between stress and Hypothyroidism.
Good gut health is important, even if you don’t have digestive symptoms. Digestive enzymes can often provide necessary support to help your body stay in balance, and can help you heal and recover from eight common health issues.
Autoimmunity lies at the root of many serious health conditions. While there are many things that can trigger autoimmune diseases, there are five culprits that are the most common. Let’s take a look at what causes autoimmunity, what symptoms might signal an autoimmune issue, and the kinds of tests are recommended so that you can take steps to reverse autoimmunity.
Stress is no stranger to mothers. That’s why Dr. Doni is participating in the Raising Toddlers Courageously Conference, an online event devoted to taking the frustration, chaos, and guesswork out of raising toddlers. Her presentation is about how to support our body’s stress recovery process – for adults and children.
Look deep inside your cells, and you’ll find mitochondria, hard at work. In additional to the energy they generate, they also produce oxidative stress. While this is a normal process, sometimes it can get out of balance. In this interview with goop.com, Dr. Doni explains how to support our bodies to be able to recover from too much oxidative stress.
We can’t escape stress – it is a part of life. But focusing your efforts on re-optimizing cortisol and adrenaline levels, and then maintaining those healthy levels, you can help your body recover from continued stress exposure.
Adrenal distress is often the underlying cause of some of the most common chronic health issues. By looking at your cortisol and adrenaline levels, you can uncover your individual “stress fingerprint,” and chart a path back to wellness – without drugs and other medications.