Burnout is word that I’ve been hearing a lot about lately, not only because I am currently working through my own burnout, but because it seems that our society continues to think working until you are completely exhausted, sick and defeated is an acceptable way of living. Unfortunately, we have bought into the lie that…… Continue reading 9 Tips for Overcoming Burnout
Increasingly I find that the people I see in my practice are wanting to come off the birth control pill after many years of taking it and they are finding that the experience is not as easy as they had hoped it would be. From wanting to manage hormonal health in more natural ways, to…… Continue reading 5 Ways to Support Your Body as You Come Off Birth Control
Do you find that you drag yourself through the day? Do you sleep 7+ hours and still wake up tired and groggy? Do you find yourself more tired even after drinking 2 cups of coffee? Do you have troubling concentrating or focusing at work because you are exhausted? You might not be all that surprised…… Continue reading Tired all the time? 7 things that might be contributing to your fatigue and what to do about them.
Summer is a great time to try out a homeopathic remedy or two and see just how powerful and effective homeopathy really is! Homeopathy is a natural and safe to treat a huge variety of different health issues. It is cost-effective, works well and safe to use for every age group and is easy to take…… Continue reading Try out homeopathy this summer! From bee stings, to sunburns, to heat stroke. Homeopathy for the beginner!
In the past few years there has been an increase in interest and concern related to the increased numbers of ticks being found in Ontario and the subsequent rise in the number of people being diagnosed with and treated for Lyme disease. It is not only important that you become informed about how to reduce…… Continue reading Treating Lyme Disease Naturally & Effectively
I never could really relate to people with anxiety, panic attacks, irrational thoughts, and constant anger and sadness. As a nurse with several years of experience in different settings, I had come across many people in many of these situations and although I felt empathy, I could not relate. Physical pain was something I could understand…… Continue reading The Art of Paying Attention
I recently attended a workshop about autoimmune (AI) disease and I was blown away by the statistics I heard and so I would like to share a a bit about autoimmune diseases because people need to know! Why? Because the struggles faced by those suffering from autoimmune diseases and those struggling to get a diagnosis…… Continue reading The bottom line: Autoimmune diseases in Canada and is there hope for you?