First off, stretch… Stretching can not only be an effective stress reliever, but also a way to ease symptoms of anxiety and depression. By transferring focus and attention to the body and breath, stretching can help to temper anxiety while also releasing physical tension It also helps to release tension in the back, neck, and
By Jaki GT Depression has many names and many forms. Its nuances are as individual as you are; and that’s not surprising, because depression is NOT something you have. • It is not an illness separate to you. • It’s something you’re doing. Think of it this way – can ‘your depression’ exist without you?
Raise your hand if you should be much more inclined to take a chocolate bar as opposed to a slice of fresh fruit once you are feeling tired. You are one of many, as lots people would wholeheartedly do exactly precisely the same. After all, a sugar boost is everything you desire when you are
My diagnosis of under active thyroid (hypothyroidism) was a late one. I have always felt like I bumble along just under the healthy line. Prone to fatigue, hair loss and weight gain, I just thought it was my genes. I was meant to be a ‘bonny’ girl. My diagnosis came to light after my second
When it comes to fatigue and this is something that we’ve talked about before but if you’ve beenpreviously diagnosed with hypothyroidism and you notice an increase in your fatigue symptomsthen most doctors are going to be inclined to look at things like your TSH and your T4, and try todetermine if there have been any
Angela is a holistic health coach from St. Louis, MO. She is a certified Functional DiagnosticNutrition Practitioner (FDN-P), a licensed physical therapist, as well as a personal trainer. Shespecializes in advanced testing and thyroid healing for women. She has recovered fromhypothyroidism herself after being diagnosed at the age of 22. She used her experience andeducation