77 minutes | Jun 4, 2023
334. Exploring Neuroinflammation and mental health, with Brendan Vermeire
Is there a challenge for you around mental health or neuro-inflammation right now or someone you know? Often there is a lot to unpack across the whole landscape of health contributors and negative impacts, before deciding where to start. In today’s show, I have my friend Brendan Vermeire back on the show to unpack neuroinflammation and mental health more deeply from the last time he was on the show (show #277) - Brendan is the proud owner and founder of the Metabolic Solutions Institute for Functional Health and Fitness Practitioners and the creator of the Functional Mental Health Practitioner Certificate Course. He is also the founder of the Metabolic Solutions Research & Education Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to ‘changing the way the world views mental health’ through advancing the science of Mental Health Dysfunction. He is also the creator of The Mental M.A.P.™, a cutting-edge Lab Panel for Mental Health. I know you’ll enjoy this explorative conversation around some of the trickier aspects of diagnosing, treating and healing in the mental health and neuro-inflammation space and you can head to the show notes for more, or these handy links below: Show notes: lowtoxlife.com/podcast Instagram: @lowtoxlife Instagram: @the_holistic_savage Resources page on Brendan’s website And the questions I asked along the way: Identifying and addressing physiological root causes can make facing psychological root causes, such as unresolved trauma, more manageable. Root cause investigation can be a trauma response - Let's unpack that. - Another one is "Are self limiting beliefs your root cause"? High Cortisol due to prolonged stress/trauma is linked to decreased brain volume - wow, can you talk us through that? Research suggested that inflammation can increase susceptibility to PTSD. And then you go on to say trauma itself may increase inflammation - so is it a case of 'which one came first?' in the individual? Mold and mycotox are a major etiological root cause for neurodegeneration/mental illness. And then a couple of philosophical questions... where is the line to dance between personal responsibility + a helping hand for optimal health? Who you are (label given say with a diagnosis) and how much of that can fluctuate/be worked on vs how much is really you in all your uniqueness? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
65 minutes | May 28, 2023
333. Dr Peta Stapleton: Memory improvement through EFT/Tapping
I am thrilled to bring Dr Peta Stapleton back onto the show to discuss memory, stress, depression and tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) on this week’s show. Peta is a registered clinical/health Psychologist and Associate Professor, Bond University (Australia) who embraces evidence-based and innovative techniques. Peta is a world-leading researcher in Emotional Freedom Techniques and has been awarded many achievements including the Harvey Baker Research Award for meticulous research (Association of Comprehensive Energy Psychology), and was named 2019 Psychologist of the Year (Australian Allied Health Awards). Peta has authored The Science Behind Tapping: A Proven Stress Management Technique for the Mind and Body (Hay House), which won Best Self-Help Book (2019 Best Book Awards, American Book Fest), and most recently Memory Improvement through EFT Tapping (McFarland Publishers). Find more details on Peta’s work in the show notes at https://www.lowtoxlife.com/podcast/ And if you share the show be sure to tag us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lowtoxlife/ Sponsor offers: LOWTOXLIFE code for 10% off all Air Purifiers and dehumidifiers at https://www.ausclimate.com.au/ LOWTOXLIFE15 code for 15% off the whole blue-blocking and light panel range range at Block Blue Light: https://www.blockbluelight.com.au/?aff=12 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
97 minutes | May 21, 2023
332. Late Diagnosis ADHD: Jules Galloway & Alexx Stuart talk about their experiences so far.
This week I invite my friend and colleague Jules Galloway, naturopath & herbalist onto the show to discuss our journeys in late diagnosis ADHD this past year. We don’t have all the answers. There aren’t protocols we’re sharing or ways of ‘getting rid of the symptoms’ but it’s an exploration of why we both chose to get diagnosed, some of the things we’ve been exploring, thinking and feeling as we’ve looked back at our lives, and where we’ve arrived in places - also admitting there’s still so much to unpack. I will also record a personal show in a couple of weeks with audience questions that have come from Instagram and that will come from the community once you’ve listened to this one. Jules and per husband James Galloway, also host a podcast called LD ADHD which you can go and explore. Please do get the support you need - life is much better when we know and accept ourselves and also feel empowered to change what we can for the better, through support, therapies and various other tools. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast Find more details on Peta’s work in the show notes at https://www.lowtoxlife.com/podcast/ And if you share the show be sure to tag us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lowtoxlife/ Sponsor offers: LOWTOXLIFE code for 10% off all Air Purifiers and dehumidifiers at https://www.ausclimate.com.au/ LOWTOXLIFE15 code for 15% off the whole blue-blocking and light panel range at Block Blue Light: https://www.blockbluelight.com.au/?aff=12 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
54 minutes | May 14, 2023
331. The Tiger Protocol to reverse disease with Dr. Akil Palanisamy
Perhaps the best doctors to usher us into the new integrative era of medicine and root cause approaches, are the conventional doctors for whom a health crisis occured and they realised the tools they had been given we’re enough. This is a pattern I’ve noticed in interviewing now hundreds of doctors over the years and Akil is one such person. In today’s show we discuss why the integrative approach is far superior to conventional when it comes to the chronic disease epidemics we’re seeing all ovewr the world and how the protocol he has researched and developed over the years in his practice combines the best of multiple disciplines to support people in losing weight, gaming energy and reversing disease. Dr. Akil Palanisamy is a Harvard-trained physician, integrative medicine expert and author of The T.I.G.E.R. Protocol. Akil practices integrative medicine, blending his conventional medical expertise with holistic approaches including functional medicine and Ayurveda. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
78 minutes | May 7, 2023
330. Dr. Bill Rawls: Unlocking Cellular Health and the magic of Herbal Medicine
Today we talk about how to cultivate cellular wellness to both heal and prevent disease. My guest, Dr Bill Rawls was travelling along routinely as a 4th generation physician in his family, until he became unwell in a way that he didn’t seem to have any tools as a trained physician, to fix. When faced with Lyme disease, everything changed. In his quest to regain his health, Dr. Rawls knew he had to find his own path and new tools to restore wellness. For the past 15 years, he has extensively studied the science behind herbal therapies and new, sustainable approaches for protecting health in a proactive, preventative way, rather than waiting for something bad to happen. Today, Dr. Rawls shares the revelations that helped him and thousands of others reclaim their lives. He is the best-selling author of Unlocking Lyme, and his most recent book, The Cellular Wellness Solution: Tap Into Your Full Health Potential with the Science-Backed Power of Herbs. I hope you love the show and pick up lots of goodness from Bill’s wisdom and wonderful way of explaining things and you can head to the show notes over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast for further details on his book and work as well as our sponsor offers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
70 minutes | May 1, 2023
329. Dr Wendie Trubow on environmental toxins, detoxification and testing
My guest this week is Dr Wendie Trubow and she is as passionate about environmental toxin impact to people’s health as I am so it’s an animated deep dive. Wendie is particularly focused on helping women optimize their health and lives as a functional medicine gynaecologist. Through her struggles with mold and metal toxicity, late-diagnosis Celiac disease, and other health issues, Trubow has developed a deep sense of compassion and expertise for what her patients are facing. She is the co-author of Dirty Girl: Ditch the Toxins, Look Great, and Feel Freaking Amazing and has been regularly featured in MindBodyGreen and Huffington Post. She’s also a mother of 4, so if Wendie has figured out a way to make it all work and feel fantastic - then she’s a beacon for what’s possible. I hope you enjoy the show and you can head to the show notes over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast to learn more about Wendie’s work and check out her wonderful book. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
73 minutes | Apr 23, 2023
328. Elliot Kallen: A Dad on a mission to prevent teen suicide.
Today we are looking at teen mental health and what we can all do to support our teens in life. Give we talk about what spurred it all on for Dad and Brighter Day Charity founder, Elliot Kallen, which was his son taking his own life, here are some numbers if you need support today: Australia: Lifeline: 131314 USA Crisis Text Line: text BRIGHTER to 741741 USA OK2Talk Helpline Teen Helpline 1 (800) 273-TALK UK Youth Suicide Hotline Papyrus 0800 068 4141 or 07860039967 (9am - midnight) NZ Youthline 0800 37 66 33 Canada: Talk Suicide Canada at 1-833-456-4566 What no parent wants their story to be, told by Elliot, today’s show guest: “Seven years ago, my son Jake, a sophomore at the University of Montana, walked up the highway and jumped in front of an oncoming truck, taking his life. In his suicide note, he wrote that he would have never told us how he felt or taken our help. We were devastated and shocked and have since learned that thousands of families had the same experience. None of his friends, family, or his coaches knew that he was struggling with depression. My name is Elliot Kallen, and I am the President and Founder of A Brighter Day Charity. In honor of Jake, we began this charity six years ago by creating resources for teens and parents on stress and depression to stop teen suicide. We have now grown to become a charity that has impacted tens of thousands of families. Thousands are viewing our resources every month. We have established support programs and even offer college scholarships. Teen suicide has become a major problem in this country and is now the 2nd leading cause of death among teens. We are experts in teen depression and don’t want other parents to experience this devastation. I will share ideas that will make a huge difference in the lives of teens and their parents.” Teen mental health is a real concern to many and it will take all of us to support our teens through these years. I hope this show is useful for you or someone you know and please do head to the show notes for more details of A Brighter Day Charity and the work they do over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
67 minutes | Apr 16, 2023
327. Finding a practice of mindfulness, yoga and yoga nidra that fits, with Kelly Smith.
This week we’re talking Yoga, Yoga Nidra, being open to something helpful instead of suspicious, medication and more, and my guest is Kelly Smith. Kelly is a globally celebrated yoga and meditation teacher, E-RYT 500 /YACEP, founder of Yoga For You, and host of “Mindful In Minutes” to which over 100,000 people tune in each week from around the world. Kelly believes that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to yoga and meditation and encourages her students to find their own personal practice, listen to their bodies, and find inner joy by accessing their most authentic selves and owning their power. Kelly specializes in the non-physical limbs of yoga and is best known for her master trainings in meditation, restorative yoga, and yoga Nidra and her international retreats. If you’re someone who knows that a little ‘slow’ in your life is required but you just can’t quite make it happen, I’m hoping this week’s show helps you access and prioritise it. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
81 minutes | Apr 9, 2023
326. Melissa Brown talks Financial Wellness
Melissa Browne is back on the show with a nugget-packed show on Financial Wellness. A lot of the time we’re focused on mental and physical health but a key factor in those things is not having financial stress. So, today, we talk about financially thriving and what that looks like. Mel is anti-prescription and all about helping you find what’s for you and we cover: Financial wellness – it’s just as important as physical wellness Money Stories - figure out what you're telling yourself either consciously / subconsciously and change bad stories Eliminating bad debt - bad vs good and the 1st thing to paydown/ get rid of Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable – can debt ever be good? Investing vs saving? Budgets don’t work. How you can work smart with your money - however much you have including the importance of cleaning up your environment How much is enough? Goals, figuring out the life you want to live & what you need to reach that Building wealth - where are the most reliable places to start Financial strength, resilience & fitness... What is a routine to promote ongoing financial health? Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
59 minutes | Apr 2, 2023
325. Fracture-proof your bones, with ND, John Neustadt
Osteoporosis. It is yet another epidemic that isn’t talked about enough and today’s guest, John Neustadt, ND wants to change that. In his practice, with his company Nutritional Bioceuticals Inc, his books and work in research analytics (he’s published over 100 research paper reviews) he is on a mission to help people understand why our bones weaken and what to do to prevent and reverse it for ones’ whole lifetime. We discuss: The best ways to assess bone density/potential bone-related issues Some of the commonly prescribed medications that can negatively impact our bone health and what to do about those/exploring alternatives Exercise that is best for strengthening bones and maintaining bone health Key lifestyle factors such as balance, nutrient intake and sleep and how they can support optimal bone health. What to do with an osteoporosis diagnosis to improve your bones, and much much more. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details, where you can also download John’s book “Fracture-Proof Your Bones: A Comprehensive Guide to Osteoporosis.” for free! over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
46 minutes | Mar 26, 2023
324. Pela founder, Jeremy Lang, on composting accessibility, soil health, bioplastics and recycling.
This week we are talking composting-for-all solutions, bioplastics soil health and recycling, and how one business is aiming to make things better with all of those things and a passion for accessibility.My guest, Jeremy Lang is the Founder of Pela. Pela is best known for their biodegradable phone cases and more recently, their countertop composter - Lomi. Pela makes everyday products without everyday waste to help educate and inspire a global community of people who are committed to making a positive impact on our planet. Pela is on a mission to eliminate 10 billion pounds of waste from the global waste stream and continues to research and develop the most innovative products to create a waste-free future. It’s always inspiring to have a conversation about how business can move us forward and always refreshing when a guest isn’t afraid to tackle the questions around design challenge, transparency and end-of-life landfill challenges, even when a product ‘does good’ while working. I hope you enjoy the show.Head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
71 minutes | Mar 19, 2023
323. How the light spectrum affects us for better or worse, with Daniel Ebbett.
We often hear sound bites about blue light exposure as being ‘bad’ or see influencers wearing orange glasses on Instagram lives, but if you really, really wanted to understand the light spectrum, what’s useful, harmful and helpful then you want to meet Daniel Ebbett. We talk: The light spectrum and its impact on our health - for better or worse. What common health conditions might have a light-related root cause. What neurotransmitters are affected by light - one of then being implicated in depression! How Daniel managed to convince his old boss to replace their office lighting for employee wellbeing and what the results were. Technology and the stress placed on our system Whether the apps we can use to dim blue light actually work Why dimmable lights are bad news How to hack your blue light in the evenings to ensure you reduce it dramatically and protect your natural circadian rhythms What our biggest light source is in the evenings - and it isn’t your devices! What the most impactful changes we can make to our homes and devices are? How the rest of the natural world is impacted by excess blue light. How travelling can be hacked to ensure you’re not messing up all your good work at home. How Daniel, as someone who knows everything there is to know about light, sets up his home - living/bedroom/outside and devices (and he’s measured the set-up with a $4000 spectrometer to ensure it’s optimised - so that we don’t have to) Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details and the articles we discussed, over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
94 minutes | Mar 12, 2023
322. Dr. Dain Heer: From Chiropractic To Beyond, In Supporting People’s Healing And Being Your Extraordinary Self
Trigger warning: In today’s show our guest shares he was close to ending his life at one point. Please reach out to 13 11 14 (Australia) or 1-800-985-5990 USA Crisis Line or your local helpline if you need support, and this show also just may help but is in no way intended to treat, heal or diagnose any conditions. Hugs to you if right now is hard. Dr Dain Heer joins me today, after I recently had an Access Bars session that was so blissful and settling it led me to dig around a bit more and see who talks about it/ works with it and teaches it. It’s been a while since I’ve done a show that explores brain re-wiring techniques and ditching heavy stories that we hold as truth and towards the end of the show we do a live exploration of me + mould and while I can’t say it was a moment of change in my life, I can say I have just realised as I type this, I haven’t been sick from the house inspections we did the past two weekends which both had extensive water damage, so that’s interesting to me for sure - Dain made me realise that saying “the only way out is through” wasn‘t useful and that I have absolutely taken on board. We talk about: The problem with handing all our answers over to external sources. The hope that can be found in our darkest moments. How we can get on with celebrating ourselves - all of ourselves and we discuss neurodivergence and both having ADHD. How the desire to serve others can start one way and morph into more once you start practising and seeing limitations/further tools to put in one’s kit. The power of asking “Who does this belong to?” about every thought and feeling you have for 3 days. How we can separate what we *think* we need to change, from what we actually want to change. Dain shares this gold “What’s true for you will always make you lighter” to help us tune into . Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast to learn more about Dain’s work and Access Bars as a therapeutic tool. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
76 minutes | Mar 5, 2023
321. Dr Vincent Pedre - The Gut Smart Protocol + how to make it your own.
Dr Vincent Pedre is the kind of doctor you want in your corner - kind, compassionate, big picture thinking and on today’s show we are deep diving into gut health - if you missed the show we did a few years back it has aged well and you might want to double down with both eps. That first one is #123. This time round we talk about his new book, The Gut Smart Protocol, but within the show so much gold as well: The huge amount of diagnoses that can be traced back to gut health and yet often aren’t The way we all might need to be coming into dietary changes differently depending on where we’re at (ie high histamine = don’t hit those fermented foods just yet!) and how to know what mix is best for your individual situation. We look at Vincent’s dessert Island gut foods Tips on how to work with your doctor and so much more. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
68 minutes | Feb 26, 2023
320. Dr. James Khong, 81, on the key principles to thriving in an anxious world
Dr James Khong has been a GP for 5 decades and at age 81, has wonderful wisdom to share with us in this week’s show. The solution to the ‘Stress Pandemic,’ as James calls these times, is a combination of Eastern and Western medicine, as well as following his Pillars of Health and reducing stress. I know you’ll love his calm reasoned and overwhelm-free approach in this show. James outlines his philosophy of wellness in his new book Pandemic Stress, Reflections of Thriving in an Anxious world - a book her wrote as a way to leave a legacy from his career and life. In over fifty years as a surgical registrar, emergency medicine specialist, innovative GP and medical consultant to the Australian Ballet, film and television industry, James Khong has had a front row seat of the medical ‘industry,’ and the view makes him sick. Ironically, it was a near-death-experience twenty years ago, which led to James’ epiphany about changing the status quo medical model. He started to combine traditional Chinese/Western/Functional medicine, which look for causes to illness, rather than just addressing the symptoms. James also introduced meditation and breathing exercises for stress reduction. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
66 minutes | Feb 19, 2023
319. Building a holistic support picture for ADHD with Dr James Greenblatt
ADHD - Traditionally thought of as a little-boy mental health picture is fast becoming recognised as something that many of us have been living with and creating coping mechanisms around, without being given the recognition of being neurodivergent - I am one such person diagnosed at the ripe old age of 47 - today’s show while focused primarily on children as Dr James Greenblatt’s work is focused there, it is very much a show for anyone who works with, lives with, cares for, teaches or loves anyone who either has a formal diagnosis or who you simply think “what is up with them!?” often about what they forget, their busy-ness, their inability to follow up or get a ‘simple’ thing done, their tapping their foot while you try to talk about something super important or perhaps their ‘too much’ ness sometimes. The shame that many people with ADHD feel for not being able to be like everyone wants or needs them to is really something that need not exist if we embrace diversity and difference and help each human find the space to thrive within our beautiful human race. I hope you enjoy this show as much as I did as we explore the many support tools on offer, the lack of judgement around stimulant medication, the importance of tools tips and tricks to bring out one’s best and the critical importance of removing food from the landscape that sabotages the neurodivergent brain more and faster than anything - ultra-processed food! You can head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast Today’s guest James Greenblatt, MD is a clinical pioneer, speaker, and health system leader. Dr. Greenblatt is recognized as an authority on improving mental health outcomes with nutritional medicine. Dr. Greenblatt served for 19 years as Chief Medical Officer for Walden Behavioral Health. In 2019, Dr. Greenblatt bridged medicine and technology to launch Psychiatry Redefined, an online educational program for mental health providers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
64 minutes | Feb 12, 2023
318. Glenn Livingston - Bye bye Binge eating to find food freedom
Trigger Warning - If you have an eating disorder or mental health condition that requires medical treatment for impulsivity, we discuss binge eating and habit reform in this episode. Psychologist Glenn Livingston helps people towards healthy eating habits for a living. Disillusioned by what traditional psychology had to offer overweight and/or food obsessed individuals, Dr. Livingston spent several decades researching the nature of bingeing and overeating via work with his own patients AND a self-funded research program with more than 40,000 participants. Most important, however, was his own personal journey out of obesity and food prison to a normal, healthy weight and a much more lighthearted relationship with food. His work centres around self-exploration, kindness and achieving food freedom if you live a life lured by food constantly without a framework for breaking free. In today’s show we explore a world where we ‘never binge again’. Is it possible? Glenn believes wholeheartedly YES. Why is it that we knowingly do things that we know aren’t good for us? How can some people make changes and stick to them and you find it super hard? Do you find yourself boredom eating? Reaching for food repeatedly before meals? Finding you eat one thing that you know is less than ideal for health only to then do it more and more ‘because what the hey, you’re not perfect now so this is you’. xxx. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
73 minutes | Feb 5, 2023
317. Dr Ali Walker - A doctor of group dynamics can teach us about who we click and clash with
What is an ex-criminal lawyer doing on the podcast you ask? Well, Dr Ali Walker wasn’t satisfied in that line of work and went on to study executive coaching and obtain a PhD in group dynamics. She wants all of us to have a framework and literacy around our own personality, energy, communication style and how we can contribute to group dynamics with our eyes wide open as well as understanding others better - at work, in our families in leadership. You’ll learn about high, mid and low-frequency types, as well as high, mid and low-intensity types and how we are all one of each in different combinations. You’ll even see Ali profile me live and absolutely nail my frequency and intensity combo type. Very cool. Knowing ourselves and being able to spot other people’s types helps us understand each other rather than have unnecessary misunderstandings and friction - Ali will help you take things way less personally about other people’s behaviour. Her new book “Click or Clash” is worth a read if you found today’s show interesting and want to go deeper. Profound work making relationships and group dynamics profoundly simpler! Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
90 minutes | Jan 29, 2023
316. Erin Lovell Verinder: Herbal Medicine And Detoxification - A holistic approach.
When we think detoxification these days, we often think quite mechanically about purging, killing things (mould/parasites), intensive programs, expensive labs et al, and while there is a time and place for all of it and it’s a bio-individual need, nutritionist and herbal medicine practitioner Erin Lovell Verinder wants us to explore what a day by day, bit by bit approach looks like by exploring the magnificent plants that help us detoxify and eliminate every day as well as the ways in which we might need to up the ante from time to time. We discuss her 3 x desert Island plants as a herbalist, how important the mindset around health is, the different ways in which we can become empowered by plants-as-medicine and incorporate them safely into our day to day. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
75 minutes | Jan 22, 2023
315. Jessica Maguire - Repairing the nervous system
How is your nervous system health? Does a sugary snack lift you up and give you feel-good vibes only to have you return to fatigue or anxiety shortly afterwards? Do you feel completely non plus about everything? Kind of numb without a way forward? Are you experiencing chronic pain or digestive issues? Feel a cold sweat come over you when a stressful email hits the inbox and you can’t seem to move on fro that feeling? Chronic anxiety, fatigue or a syndrome no one seems to be able to help you move forward with in an impactful way? Trying to find a way to heal trauma from the past and not be so easily thrown into unstable emotions and physical symptoms? If you’re not looking at nervous system health and healing with any of these things and more, it is time to do that, joining me is Jessica Maguire, founder of “Repairing the nervous system” who generously shares daily ways that we can create robust nervous system health and today we’re exploring vagal tone, neuroception and more as we navigate how the power of nervous system work and support can be so incredibly healing. Enjoy the show and head to the show notes for more details over at lowtoxlife.com/podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.