It is the rare urbanite who doesn’t experience stress. We assume that is just part of being a New Yorker. But when stress is constant the body slowly begins to wear down and, over time, break down. This can wreak havoc with our ability to sleep. Using a simple muscle test we can see the health of your hormone system. If there is wear and tear on your thyroid, your adrenals or any gland/hormone, we locate, and then it repair it using whole food supplements. These systems are primarily the ones we focus on:
The Endocrine System. This can impact on weight (tired thyroid) and if left unchecked contributes to diabetes, menstrual or menopausal symptoms, and chronic ulcer.
The Adrenal Glands: “I sleep all night and wake up feeling fatigued”. If that’s you, stress has been spiking cortisol, the stress hormone. This tends to drain the adrenal gland, which is the source of your energy (adrenaline). Our goal is to repair your damaged adrenals so you can have more energy.
Thyroid gland. Thinning hair, bad nails? Your thyroid may be in need of tender loving care. We had had success treating both Hashimoto’s and Hyperactive thyroid. If your thyroid is weak, we repair the underlying issue using targeted supplements rather than with drugs.
Many people are impacted by environmental toxins. They include heavy metals, toxic chemicals, immune suppressants and food allergies and can lead to a host of issues including fatigue, IBS, arthritic conditions, asthma and skin rashes to name just a few problems. As you might imagine, this also will impact on your ability to sleep through the night. We locate the cause and then slowly, carefully, leach out the toxins while building your immune system.
Your adrenal glands may be in need of help if:
You feel dizzy when standing up, or feel winded climbing a set of stairs.
You wake up in the morning and feel exhausted, almost as if you’ve been running all night.
Try to lose weight and it simply isn’t coming off.
You are experiencing restless sleep or, conversely, feel a surge of energy at 10 p.m. If so, your adrenals may be fatigued.