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Are You Creating Stress in Your Life?

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary: Without you even realizing it, modern day stressors could be posing a serious health hazard.
Air Date: 7/30/14
Duration: 10
Host: Holly Lucille, ND, RN
Guest Bio: Sarah Corey, AADP
Sarah CoreySarah Corey, Healthy Lifestyle Coach, empowers men and women to take control of their bodies, careers, and relationships to lead a life of passion.

Sarah believes that healthy lifestyle change is not just about changing your diet, but also about investigating patterns, beliefs and behaviors sabotaging your efforts. Working together, she will help you develop obtainable goals fostering positive change to achieve long-term success.

Sarah is an AADP certified health coach, who received her nutritional training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC.

Here she studied under well know health leaders such as Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Mark Hyman and Dr. Barry Sears, amongst others.

She also holds a B.S. in Management, Marketing and Electronic Media Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Prior to become a Healthy Lifestyle Coach, Sarah worked as a management and technology consultant at Deloitte Consulting LLP.

Sarah is currently a fourth year medical student, pursuing her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ.
Are You Creating Stress in Your Life?
Unless you live in a zen environment, you are most likely constantly surrounded by stress.

Just living and engaging with the world loads stress onto your body.

Unfortunately, you are also under increasingly high levels of chronic stress in the modern age: your job, finances, family and friends.

Studies indicate that stress affects four major systems in the body: digestion, immune function, hormones and nervous system.

Your gastrointestinal tract is in charge of consuming and digesting the food that enters your body, absorbing essential nutrients for your health and eliminating the waste. When you're stressed, your GI tract is one of the major systems affected.

What are some signs you should be looking out for, indicating that your body is under major stress?

If you chronically experience gas, bloating, discomfort, joint pain, skin rashes, or acne and mood changes such as depression, these can all be symptoms indicating there is a problem.

What are ways to eliminate stress within your gut and body?

Sarah Corey, AADP, joins Dr. Holly to discuss how stress affects your body, why you might be adding more stress and ways to get rid of that stress.
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