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Most health issues are caused by some kind of stress.

What I’ve found is that by understanding how the body works, physiology and the stress response, I’ve also been able to solve symptoms that have been deemed “unsolvable” by others.

Let’s take a closer look at the stress response system to show you what I mean. Stress triggers what’s called the HPA axis, which is located in the brain.

Basically the communication system from your brain to your adrenal glands. This is your stress response system. The brain perceives stress and sends a signal to the adrenal glands to respond. The adrenal gland makes cortisol and adrenaline, our stress hormones.

This communicates a signal throughout our body so our body can respond and protect us from stress. Then what should happen is once stress passes, the cortisol essentially signals to the brain to turn off the stress response.

It’s almost like a light switch. The stress response light switch goes on and once it’s gone, it turns off.

But what happens is in our modern lifestyle where we’re constantly turning the light switch on and signaling the stress response so then it gets harder and harder for the brain to turn off the stress response.

That’s what I call being in “stress mode.” Stress mode can look different for each person.

It could be:
When cortisol and adrenaline are off balance it affects our 4 core systems:
And that’s what creates the symptoms. That’s what causes:

But we can rebalance these systems by first getting out of stress mode and helping to establish a healthy stress response again.

The goal is not zero stress, which is simply not possible in the day and age we live. The goal is keeping things in balance… To have stress (a project, being a parent, travel) and have our bodies be responsive and able to come back to a normal cortisol level, which will retain the balance in our bodies. It’s about becoming RESILIENT to stress and having your body recover quickly.

It’s not about a quick fix or a black or white solution, it’s about maintaining balance.

It’s possible to get back to balance and maintain it.

It’s hard to do on your own without guidance. Most practitioners don’t have the awareness or experience to help you do this.

This is where I’ve dedicated my life, passion, research because my health issues forced me to figure this out. It’s not necessarily what I was hoping or thinking to find. After a lot of research, trial and error I discovered this was what needed to happen to maintain my resilience to stress and now I want to share it with others because it had such a profound effect on me and my patients.

Dr. Doni Wilson
So how do you do this?
Thanks to my extensive research, training, and over 2 decades of experience helping patients reverse challenging health conditions like fatigue, anxiety, autoimmunity, fertility, MTHFR, and HPV, I developed my proven Stress Recovery Protocol™, which identifies how stress uniquely affects each individual and then uses epigenetics to reoptimize health.

My Stress Recovery Protocol™ helps your body to reset to optimal functioning.

There are 3 phases:
Phase 1.

Calm - Get out of stress mode with calming support and by reducing stress exposure

Phase 2.

Balance - Optimize cortisol and adrenaline levels; support the adrenals to heal

Phase 3.

Maintain - resilience to stress

It is common for all people to need support to keep your cortisol and adrenaline on track, especially when you’ve experienced trauma, and based on genetic tendencies, and ongoing stresses. It’s just not well known or discussed in conventional medicine, so you won’t hear it at your annual physical exam, nor at the emergency room. Though these experts will often tell you that your health issues are due to stress, they will also tell you it’s impossible to reverse the effects of stress. That’s the difference. I’m here to teach you how to recover from stress and shift your daily schedule to prevent burnout from happening again.

Then, as you rebalance your levels, you’ll become more resilient to any stresses that come along. And with optimal levels, it will also be easier to process the emotions associated with past stresses, because your body will have the messengers and support it needs to process, instead of functioning with a deficiency.

Phase 1.

Calm - Get out of stress mode with calming support and by reducing stress exposure

Being in stress mode is like a boat in rough seas, where the waves are rolling in one after the next, it is hard to know what is up and what is down, or when it is going to stop. You lose track of center and it leaves you feeling sea sick. The stress in our lives is like the waves. The first step is to realize we can actually shift the water around us (even though we often think we can’t!) and how our bodies respond to the waves.

Because here’s the thing: when we operate in stress mode our genes are impacted.

Our genes are constantly used to make proteins in our bodies. Proteins are what makes our body run. When we’re under stress it can turn on our genetic predispositions for things like diabetes, autoimmunity, allergies, cancer, heart disease, dementia, and many more. It also affects basic things like your energy, mood, body weight, focus, fertility, sleep, and so much more.

It’s only once you are out of stress mode that your body can truly heal. So instead of perpetuating stress mode with stimulants, we want to do the opposite.

Phase 1 is the perfect time to decrease your stress exposure, essentially calming the waves, especially in terms of avoiding toxins, inflammatory foods and/or food sensitivities, lack of sleep, and/or over-exercising.

Phase 2.

Rebalance the core 4 systems

In Phase 2, we identify what was throwing the boat out of balance, or what was causing your specific issues. To do this, we identify what was thrown out of balance by stress.

This may vary for every person in terms of how their 4 core systems are affected. Some people might need more hormone balancing, others immune balancing or digestion or nervous system. We look at exactly what YOU need and then we create your unique plan and find natural approaches to heal those imbalances. To do this I suggest specialty tests that allow us to analyze your genes, hormones, neurotransmitters and gut bacteria to find out exactly what’s out of balance and what your genes are doing.

Often people think if something is off balance, it’s stuck that way or they’ll need to depend on medication for the rest of their lives. Once we understand what’s out of balance we can almost always find natural approaches to support your body to heal itself such as nutrients, vitamins, amino acids, herbs, homeopathic remedies, peptides, and other substances derived from nature.

Phase 3.

Maintain - resilience to stress

Once your cortisol and adrenaline and all 4 systems are back where we want them to be, then it becomes all about keeping it that way. In the process of getting to this phase, you’ll likely have learned so much about your body you will clearly know when something is off. You’re also likely to know what helped you before. You now have this toolbox to help you when you find yourself in stressful situations.

By this point, patients value what they have achieved, and the last thing they want to do is send themselves back into stress mode again. At the same time, you are human, and humans are not perfect!

If you fall right back into your usual stress exposure, at work, at home, in relationships, and in life in general, it is quite possible that you may slide back into stress mode.

Resilience is how I refer to your increasing ability to rebound from stress exposure. You’ll become a master at knowing when your cortisol and/or adrenaline are out of alignment and what works best for you to reset.

Going back to the boat analogy… When the seas are calm, you feel a gentle rock, and things balance back out easily. When you hit a wake, it can feel like a jolt, you brace yourself, and it may take a bit longer to recover, but soon enough you feel back to balance again, gliding across the water smoothly. Recovering from stress is quite like this.

Remember, the goal is not to eliminate stress but give your body what it needs to be healthy while stressed.

Inside the Stress Recovery Protocol includes my signature CARE System:

The CARE System

Clean eating - Super foods that save you from stress vs. harmful foods that sabotage your health


Adequate sleep - how to sleep like a baby and wake up feeling refreshed & ready to take on the day


Reducing/recovering from stress - practical, science-based tools & techniques to drastically reduce stress and anxiety


Exercise - Fun, simple exercises you can incorporate into your daily routine in just 10 minutes a day.

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