There are three common reasons that people put off addressing the stress in their lives. Here’s how to overcome these challenges and start making small changes that, over time, will have a big positive impact on your health.
Stress, in all its various forms, is the most common root cause of ill health. So how can we – and how do we – address stress? It starts with optimizing your adrenal wellness.
Having food sensitivities doesn’t have to be limiting to your lifestyle. Here’s how to focus on ways to “create space” between you and your food so you can change your mindset and actually start to love the process of choosing new foods. With time and practice, it will become so much a part of your life that you won’t even think about it anymore.
There are many types of health practitioners, so how will you know when you’ve found the right one for you? Dr. Doni has come up with a list of five overall attributes to look for in a practitioner to help you meet your health goals.
Setting specific goals is really important to making health changes in your life. In this post, Dr. Doni talks about how to set a health goal – and how to use your intuition as a tool in doing so. After going through this process, you might find that your goal is something you previously thought was impossible!
Your intuition is a really important factor in managing your health. While this may seem to go against conventional wisdom, there is increasing medical and psychological research showing how essential it is to health. Let’s take a deeper look at intuition as a tool to help you achieve your health goals.
If you can identify what is stressful to you, then you can seek activities and environments that help you decrease your stress. Here’s how to take the first step in honing your “stress radar” – the ability to notice and anticipate stress.
Anything that challenges our bodies or requires a response or adaptation from our bodies is considered a stress. And stress affects each of us in highly individualized ways. We can’t avoid stress, but we can take control by identifying stress and finding opportunities to reduce it.
Does how we feel about ourselves affect our physical health? In the 15th and final segment of Dr. Doni’s Series on Oxidative Stress, she reviews new research on how self-acceptance can influence oxidative stress levels in our bodies.