Everyone feels stress differently and their stress is triggered by a variety of factors. No matter the why, today’s societal expectations and your busy life can be full of stress. How that impacts your gut is what I want to focus on here.
Do the weekends feel like they go by in a blink of an eye to you?
What if I told you that it’s possible to not only enjoy your weekend but also feel like you’re beginning your workweek on the right foot?
Cortisol is the body’s primary stress hormone. It plays a significant role in many bodily functions, including how it controls our blood sugar levels. It usually starts higher in the morning and then gradually decreases as the day goes on. You need to lower cortisol levels is stress is impacting your health.
From delicious, fancy dinners to spending quality time with loved ones, there’s nothing better than this time of year. However, it all seems to pass by so quickly, and before we know it, we’re back to work feeling just as burnt out and rushed. This year, let’s slow down the pace. Here are some practical tips for slowing down and enjoying the holiday season.
Sleep is one of the most important aspects of our health, yet most struggle to get a good night’s rest. Whether you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting quality sleep, there is no worse feeling than waking up in the morning and feeling tired and groggy. Here are some possible reasons why you aren’t sleeping well and what you can do to fix it. It’s time to get that rest you deserve (and so desperately need)!