In today’s world, we see an increase in stress across the board. The number of anxiety disorders is on the rise among the general population. Over 70% of primary care physician visits are driven by stress-related conditions. The good news, there are wonderful natural solutions to manage and even eliminate the effects of stress, anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health stressors.
The paradox: We spend a lot of money and time on increasing our antioxidant intake through foods and supplements. Yet most of us never know if this effort is making an impact on our health. Should we be checking our oxidative stress levels as often as we check our cholesterol?
In this episode, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette conclude the 3 week series on the Adrenal Glands: The relationship between nutrition and the adrenal glands. The types of vitamins and minerals that affect your adrenals.
In this episode, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette continue the series on the Adrenal Glands: Why it’s important to determine the adrenals from a functional perspective. Why do Doctors focus on saliva and urine for adrenal testing? What is hypoadrenalism?
In this episode, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette start the series on the Adrenal Glands: What are the adrenal glands? How do the adrenal glands affect your body? What are the different parts of the adrenal glands?
In this episode, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette conclude the series on hypothyroidism: What is the root cause of hypothyroidism? What is Hashimoto’s?
In this episode, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette continue the discussion on your metabolic engine, also known as your thyroid.
In this episode, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette discuss your thyroid: What is a Thyroid? How does Thyroid affect your health?
Although stress-related conditions like Adrenal Fatigue are becoming increasingly common, many medical professionals still do not give them the recognition they deserve. There are many ways in which stress can impact your health, and chronic stress in particular can lead to hormonal depletion, exhaustion, and adrenal fatigue.
Weight gain puts Americans at risk for Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, stroke dementia, and many other conditions. We know this. Every new year…till about Spring, we eagerly jump on the weight-loss bandwagon with determination and focus.
While many are busy making merry, for those who aren’t experiencing cheer, the holiday season can feel particularly isolating. High expectations, money woes, and other holiday hazards can spell trouble for anyone, but especially those prone to depression. With a bit of foresight and planning, however, holidays can leave you feeling up, not down. Follow these simple tips for a successful holiday.
With schools off to a start, busy families and parents have been consumed with getting the right notebooks, lunch boxes, and schedules together. With so many moving pieces that come along with back to school, it is easy to forget about oneself.