Dr. Doni speaks with Shelley Kemmerer about parental burnout, the impact of prolonged stress on our bodies, and why it’s often hard to ask for help.
Dr. Doni talks to Jenn Malecha about how to choose a health mindset, be your own health advocate, and how to consciously create your schedule to allow for stress recovery.
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.
Many female patients do not realize that their symptoms – anxiety, fatigue, sleep issues, and weight gain – are a direct result of an imbalance in stress hormones: Cortisol and adrenaline. In turn, this can cause irregular periods, bleeding that is too heavy or too light, and fertility complications.
More often than not, a major contributing factor to feeling unwell hides within our adrenal glands – and how cortisol is behaving in our bodies. Here’s a crash course on controlling cortisol levels so we an get back into balance.
Dr. Doni was interviewed by Dr. Anthony Youn on The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, talking about stress, its effect on our health, and why adrenal fatigue in particular isn’t diagnosed by most conventional physicians but is a real issue for so many of us. Get simple, practical tips on how you can manage your stress and get your life back on track.
Dr. Doni was interviewed by Drs. Eric Balcavage and Erica Riggleman on the Thyroid Answers Podcast. They covered the connection between stress and Hypothyroidism.
Look deep inside your cells, and you’ll find mitochondria, hard at work. In additional to the energy they generate, they also produce oxidative stress. While this is a normal process, sometimes it can get out of balance. In this interview with goop.com, Dr. Doni explains how to support our bodies to be able to recover from too much oxidative stress.
We can’t escape stress – it is a part of life. But focusing your efforts on re-optimizing cortisol and adrenaline levels, and then maintaining those healthy levels, you can help your body recover from continued stress exposure.
Stress takes a toll on our hearts, both emotionally and physically. To learn more about how to better manage stress, attend Dr. Doni’s online presentation, “Stress & the Heart: Things You Did Not Know About Stress, Emotional Support and Better Heart Health.”