Is stress affecting your thyroid? Reviewed by Dr. Mary James, ND
Chronic stress has a profound impact on thyroid function. Learn more from Women's
Health Network about how adrenal imbalance can lead to hypothyroidism.
The link between stress and forgetfulness. If you find
yourself forgetting simple things regularly, don’t panic — it’s probably not early
onset dementia! More likely, stress is interfering with brain function. It’s common
in women, and it’s also easily remedied. Find out how.
Calming everyday anxiety in women, by Dr. Mary James, ND.
Three steps to feeling less stressed and more peaceful. Anxiety may start small
but can quickly gain traction if its underlying adrenal connection is not addressed.
Learn more about everyday anxiety and use our three-step plan to feel calmer, happier
and more relaxed.
Solving stress-related sleep problems naturally. If stress
and tension keep you awake at night, Women's Health Network offers solutions for
your stress-related insomnia.
fatigue diet, Reviewed by Dr. Mary James, ND. Our simple
guidelines help you build an adrenal fatigue diet that supports your adrenals --
from the best time to eat, to the nutrients you need, to what foods to avoid.
to boost energy – naturally, reviewed by Dr. Mary James, ND..
Using herbs is one powerful method of recovering adrenal balance and boosting energy
naturally. Here are 5 effective herbs and their benefits for energy.
Stress is sabotaging
your sex life! 4 steps to refuel your desire. If you’re under lots
of pressure, you may not notice the effects it’s having on your sex drive. In fact,
physical intimacy may be the last thing on your mind when you’re stressed. But sex
is one of the best ways to release tension and these four great tips can help.
How caffeine affects your adrenal health. Women with adrenal
imbalance may find caffeine exacerbates their symptoms. Learn more about caffeine’s
effects on the adrenal glands.
Solutions for stress, fatigue
and adrenal issues. This article introduces the adrenal glands
and the describes effects of adrenal hormones, particularly cortisol, when we’re
under stress, with links to other articles in this section.
your hidden stressors. So many women (and practitioners, too) dismiss
the effects of stress on their health. “I’m just stressed,” they say —
but we want women to know that even small stressors can build up into a big health
problem if you don’t take the time to recognize and counterbalance them. Take our
Stress Quiz for a snapshot of how much stress you live with every day!