Adrenaline: Friend or Foe (or Both)?

Adrenaline is our culprit for many of the physical symptoms you’re experiencing, including flares of IBS, hot flashes, and nausea. Adrenaline helps us get away from scary events but raises blood pressure, shuts down our

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7 Quick Hydration tips

Hydration is key in the summer, especially over the next few days: Double the amount of water you normally drink, especially if you are outside for extended periods of time and sweating. Please do not substitute

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Recharging is about stopping...something

Recharging your energy when you have been through a very difficult time, are grieving from the loss of a job, a friend, a family member, part of yourself in some way… is a very difficult thing. Not impossible! But difficult.

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Do you know how to recharge?

Happy September everyone! You have survived the first week back to the “regular” schedule. The fall is upon us. I’ve been recharging myself this past summer, and as @katenorthrup would call it, using my Egg Wisdom

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anger, self-loathing, shame
Body-Mind Medicine

How to stop being an angry 'ogre'

You’re not an ogre, but you do get frustrated and the feelings overwhelm you. If only there was something you could do to stop feeling angry, right? An intervention? A padded room so you can throw

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My happy place_rested

Tired? Me too.

The beginning of the colder months, less light, more indoors time. More “back to the grindstone” kind of working.
I don’t know about you, but it makes me feel heavy.

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5 things to do to help your thyroid

The thyroid. One of the more confusing glands I felt to understand when I was going through schooling for naturopathy; it is small but mighty, and when it’s not working properly, many things are not in their

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How a suitcase can ruin your health

I am not a therapist. However, as a licensed health professional I spend a great deal of time talking to people about their lives and lifestyles. As there are so many people suffering with chronic stress, chronic fatigue, chronic

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