Dr. Doni discusses the simple steps you can take to start recovering from stress and practical self-care tips you can integrate into your life for better health!
Dr. Doni speaks with Dr. Gapin about how decreased sexual function and testosterone are harbingers of stress and imbalance within the body and how peptide therapy can precisely ‘reset” proper function.
Dr. Doni speaks with Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge about common mental health issues for children and teens and how to identify stress and anxiety early so you can get help sooner.
Dr. Doni helps you figure out if you are suffering from burnout and lays out a strategic plan for you to recover from it!
Dr. Doni talks with Dr. Véronique Desaulniers about healing from breast cancer and how making diet changes, reducing toxin exposure, and balancing hormones is essential.
Millions of neurons run between your gut & brain, and we now understand that digestive system has the ability to communicate with the rest of your body. Dr. Doni explains how your gut works, and why it’s called our “second brain.”
When stress becomes chronic and sustained, your brain adapts. Your neurotransmitter levels get out of balance, and the same hormones that are so important to your survival actually become detrimental to your overall health and longevity. The warning signs manifest in four main areas: Focus, energy, mood, and sleep.
Dr. Doni Wilson breaks down the basics of Sleep Hygiene and how to utilize all five of your senses to optimize your nightly routine.
“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation and that is an act of political warfare” —Audre Lorde, A Burst of Light CULTURE COUNTS We’ve all experienced it, those feelings of undeserving. Where instead of thinking of what I need to do to make myself better, I start thinking of all the things I’ve […]
Are you experiencing migraines? If you haven’t found a treatment that reduces or eliminates migraines, it’s worth examining some of the common causes that are often overlooked: Your personal stressors, particular food sensitivities, and specific genetic mutations.