Most of us have probably heard at one point or another that stress affects our health.
In fact, maybe you’re experiencing symptoms right now that are rooted in stress.
But what you may not realize is that external factors like jobs and relationships aren’t the only stressors that can affect you.
There are a lot of internal stressors like blood sugar levels and gut function that also play a role in our health.
So how can you identify what stressors may be at play and how can you address them in order to improve your long-term health?
Together we uncover how stress affects all areas of your health and how to kick stress to the curb so your body can function as it was made to.
Lahana is a board-certified clinical nutritionist and the CEO of Nuvitru Wellness, a functional medicine nutrition private practice based in Austin. She and her team help hundreds of women across the country through their virtual services.
They’re on a mission to help women realize the next level of health that they deserve by getting to the ROOT of their symptoms. From educating women on how to use food as medicine to balancing hormones and improving gut health, Lahana’s expertise helps busy women start feeling their best so they can serve at their best.
Lahana is also currently working on her doctorate degree and trust me when I say that she knows her stuff!
Learn More About The Effects of Stress
Do you think stress could be affecting your health? Make sure you tune in to this episode to learn:
- How stress can affect different areas of your health
- Internal stressors you might be missing
- Why it’s so important that all women focus on balancing blood sugar
- How chronic stress can cause digestion problems and affect your ability to lose weight
- The role stress plays in reproductive health
- How to nourish your body and support your adrenals during stressful seasons
Ready to dig deeper? Check out Lahana’s private practice at nuvitruwellness.com.