Take a moment and reflect on the year of 2020.
Sidenote. It’s already November 3rd!
Did you get all of the projects completed that you wanted to? Make all of the moves you planned to? Start that new workout routine, begin to eat healthier, and find extra time in the day to be with your friends and family?
Let’s be honest, the answer is probably “no.”
And you are not alone in that.
In today’s episode we slow down and talk about the stress of 2020 and how, as a female, this affects your body. And we need to be aware of this!
Join me and Dr. Sarah Vadeboncoeur as we dive into how the stress of 2020 is affecting your hormones, your sex drive and so many other systems in your body.
Dr. Sarah Vadeboncoeur helps women reboot their thyroid for energy they can count on. She is the owner of Docere Naturopathic Clinic located in the heart of Little Italy in Ottawa and has been working for the past decade to help women who are suffering from fatigue, thyroid conditions and hormone imbalances. Her mission is to help women get back to a healthy, happy, feel-good life. Dr. Sarah believes health is the result of creating new habits, one small step at a time. She helps make lifestyle changes feel possible and enjoyable and she truly believes that coffee, chocolate and wine can be part of a healthy diet.
In this episode, we discuss:
- 12:08 – What stress is doing to women in 2020
- 16:57 – The bodily systems that are impacted by stress
- 23:45 – The drive to thrive and push to measure our worth
- 38:04 – Why tuning into your cycle is so important in the overall management of your health and stress
- 39:34 – The different phases of your cycle
- 1:00:15 – Top tip for managing stress today
Now it’s your turn! Join me over on Instagram, or leave me a note here about your stress in 2020.
What’s Coming Next?
Given just how stressful this time has been, we are going to continue to dive into the nervous system to help you calm the f*ck down.
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