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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 digestion, increases our cravings, and interferes with the immune system and its ability to handle

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digestion and fennel tea for stress and anxiety with Dr. Aoife Earls ND in Oakville Ontario

Sick to your stomach? Herbs are here! 

Many people experience nausea (the urge to throw up, vomit, up-​chuck… you get the picture) from time to time, but it’s when it’s a daily thing that goes on for several weeks or months at a time, it’s a signal of something else going on in the body. 

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Light a candle for infancy and pregnancy loss October 15 with Dr. Aoife Earls ND

What to expect with miscarriage 

Grief and loss is an intrinsic part of my work, as throughout our lives we experience loss that is a part of living. No parent wants to lose a child, nor consider the possibility of a loss they have not even have had the chance to experience. Miscarriage and infertility are considered ambiguous grief,

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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 juice for water — it is too much sugar and will dehydrate. If you need to, dilute

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Dr Aoife Earls Oakville Naturopathic Doctor discusses grief and loss

Baby steps in grief and loss: Go take a shower 

My first experience with grief was the loss of a serious relationship. While for the best, I was completely devastated. I couldn’t stop crying, I couldn’t get out of bed, and I wanted to crawl up and die. It was my first experience with the body and mind connection being intimately connected, and it was

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