How to Support Your Immune System (Especially Now)

How to Support Your Immune System (Without Causing a Cytokine Storm)

Intense, ongoing stress exposure can trigger what’s called a “cytokine storm,” where an overproduction of immune cells starts to attack healthy cells in the body. This severe response is not only affecting COVID-19 patients, but can happen in response to other viruses, autoimmunity, and cancer. Here’s how to “reset” our immune system to protect our health and well-being.

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Coronavirus anxiety is real, and being in a constant state of stress has the potential to weaken our immune system. Here are some tips for dealing with the anxiety and fear of COVID-19.

Coping with Anxiety and Stress During the Coronavirus Crisis

The coronavirus is affecting us all, some more severely than others. Fear and anxiety take a toll on our bodies, weakening our immune system when we need it most. Here’s how to take the necessary steps to reset our stress response with a set of daily activities and some natural remedies.

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What are peptides and what do they do for your skin, sleep, stress, and immune system?

Peptides and Stress Recovery: The Benefits of Peptide Therapy

Peptides have been known to be good for your skin, with many “anti-aging” benefits. But there are two peptides in particular that have a broad-reaching ability to help you do a “stress reset” and support your body’s immune system and the same time. Dr. Doni covers the basics of peptide therapy and what it can do for you.

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Dr. Doni Wilson covers the foods to avoid if you have HPV: Gluten and sugar, but also paying attention to the essential nutrients our body needs.

Foods to Avoid If You Have HPV and Other Viruses

It’s great that people are finally seeing a connection between food and how it affects our health. Certain foods are common allergens that can cause inflammation and/or leaky gut, and leave us susceptible to HPV and other viruses. Dr. Doni Wilson covers the specific foods to avoid if you have HPV.

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Nature and its impact on our overall health: Dr. Doni Wilson shows why nature is a proven stress remedy.

How Does Nature Impact Our Wellbeing?

Spending time in nature is one of best forms of self care. Simply spending time in green spaces has been shown to lower stress levels and have an immediate balancing effect. Here’s how to use cortisol as a clue to whether or not we’re getting enough nature in our lives.

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The Powerful Protocol that Dr. Doni uses to heal more than 90% of the HPV cases she works with.

What to Do About HPV: A Protocol That Works

It’s not enough to kill the HPV virus. To truly address it and prevent it from coming back, we need to find out what makes each individual specifically susceptible to HPV. It’s about getting to the root of your health issues, finding exactly which health assessments are essential for your body and what it needs, and then building a step-by-step individualized protocol to help your body heal.

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When discussing HPV and cancer it's important to understand the preventative measures that can be taken.

HPV and Cancer: Taking Preventative Action

A positive pap smear result can be scary and overwhelming, especially with the known links between HPV and cancer. Dr. Doni explains the alternative ways to address HPV before it can become a bigger problem, with natural approaches and her customized protocol to reverse HPV.

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How Does Stress Cause Migraines?

Stress takes many forms, and is often the hidden culprit behind migraines. To get at the root cause of chronic migraines, you may be surprised to learn that we need to look at how stress might be disrupting our digestion, neurotransmitters, hormones, and immune system.

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How does stress cause leaky gut?

Leaky Gut and Stress: Getting to the Root Cause of Chronic Health Issues

Stress is often overlooked as the underlying root cause of many chronic health issues. It can put a strain on our digestive system, leading to leaky gut and and array of debilitating symptoms. Left undetected and untreated, leaky gut can build until it becomes a major health issue. Let’s look at the connection between stress and leaky gut – so that we can start to reverse the cycle.

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