As the leaves turn and Halloween approaches, I am reminded that the joyful winter holidays, along with all the associated stress and planning, will soon be here. I’m thinking that is it a great time for a break, which is one of my 5 recommended stress remedies. Note: Here’s an audio version if you’d prefer […]
Consider a type of medicine that supports your body to heal. A medicine that seeks to find the underlying cause of a health issue, and how one health issue relates to another within your body. A medicine that utilizes science and our understanding of how our bodies work, to give your body what it needs. […]
Dr. Doni was recently interviewed on The Let’s Get Healthy show with Bill Swail, Rph and Amy Love, ND to discuss her book, The Stress Remedy. The interview aired on Monday, September 16, 2013. Please click here to listen.
Dr. Doni was recently featured as a guest on the People’s RX radio show, a talk show committed to interviewing leading physicians, authors, and researchers from around the globe on the hottest topics in health and medicine. Co-hosts are always outstanding local practitioners, including doctors of pharmacy and naturopathic doctors. Dr. Doni discussed her book […]
I was interviewed by award winning talk radio host, Dr. Pat Baccilli, on the Dr. Pat Show. The discussion focused on the effects of chronic stress on the body, and natural approaches that can be taken to reduce stress. The interview ran on September 10, 2013. Please click here to listen to the interview.
As published at Fiterns.com. There are always reasons not to get in that workout session. Some of those reasons are weak—“My dog ate my workout glove” or “I can’t find matching socks” or (my personal go-to) “It’s too cold outside.” Others, though, are pretty legitimate. Take allergies or achy joints or any of those common […]
A patient asked a great question: “How can my digestion have anything to do with my metabolism? I don’t even have digestive symptoms!” A perfect example of how our bodies are intricately connected – is Leaky Gut. The walls of the intestines should only allow nutrients and water to cross – we definitely wouldn’t want […]
I find that children and pets help me the most to take a break. They are inherently in the moment and wanting to connect, so it is easy. I just let them guide me. I leave my phone at home (or bring it for taking pictures), we walk out the door (often holding hands) and […]
For more than one reason taking a break from your usual schedule, as well as from technology, can be beneficial to your health. Taking a break makes it possible to connect with others, which has been shown to reduce stress and add years to your life. Research indicates that women are more likely to connect with friends, […]
We know stress leads to health issues, from anxiety, fatigue and headaches, to cancer, heart disease and autoimmunity, so what can we do to stay healthy under stress?