Dr. Doni talks about how stress affects our digestion, hormones, immune system, and mood – and how addressing stress allows us to get at the underlying cause of 95% of health issues.
Dr. Doni talks about how to start raising your awareness for the underlying causes of chronic health issues, such as past traumas, common limiting beliefs, and other things that perpetuate our stress cycle.
To truly shift or reset your immune system, and improve your ability to fend off infections while also decreasing inflammation, allergies, and autoimmunity, we need to stand back and address the immune system from a perspective of stress recovery.
Endometriosis is painful and often goes hand in hand with other conditions. It can be hard to diagnose, leaving many women unsatisfied with the options available to them. Dr. Doni unpacks what we know about endometriosis: Its underlying causes and how to start addressing it.
There is a direct connection between stress and the development of autoimmune conditions. These links happen at the hormonal level, through cortisol imbalance, in the gut, and also at the genetic and epigenetic level.
Autoimmune conditions are more common than ever, and the number of conditions caused by autoimmunity is increasing. The most common trigger for autoimmunity is stress, so to “solve” autoimmunity, we need to understand how stress is affecting your health, so we can take steps to support your body to heal.
Dr. Doni speaks with Dr. Darrell Misak about ways to assess the electrical balance in our bodies and how supporting our genes and reversing the effects of stress on body helps us heal.
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!
Symptoms are signals from your body that it is over-stressed and needs attention. Dr. Doni invites you to check in on yourself using the 5 self-assessment signals.