THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-CARE : Dr. Hayley Owens, ND

I am a Naturopathic Doctor and last week I was approached by my patient, Caylen, who recently wrote a blog post on self-care and the importance of it. She asked me if I would be open to talking about what happens physiologically in our bodies when we get run down, which we have all experienced at one time or another. When I saw Caylen last year she was in “hyperdrive”, working long hours and looking after everyone else’s needs in her personal life except for her own. It’s extremely common for me to see patients in this state, and typically, this “hyperdrive” state is the underlying cause of their fatigue and other symptoms, which results in a visit to my … Continue reading THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-CARE : Dr. Hayley Owens, ND

Advertisements

MY SELF CARE JOURNEY : Samantha Lenz

"My self care journey started over ten years ago when I finally called it upon myself to seek help. I was sitting on a hill with my mom at the baseball field and just turned to her and said "we need to go". She knew what I meant..." Since that day I have seen too … Continue reading MY SELF CARE JOURNEY : Samantha Lenz

CHRONIC MIGRAINES, ENDOMETRIOSIS + MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS – A LIFE OF PAIN : Anonymous

I'm just your regular 30's gal. I have an awesome job, great friends, I work hard and I travel every chance I get.  I lead a great life and I am grateful for it every single day. When I was approached to write for this blog, I didn't realize how difficult it would be. It's … Continue reading CHRONIC MIGRAINES, ENDOMETRIOSIS + MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS – A LIFE OF PAIN : Anonymous

A LIFETIME WITH IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS : Flavia Genisans

  My childhood is filled with vivid memories of some of the happiest days of my life in my beautiful hometown of Montevideo, Uruguay. Our big family lunch every Sunday, where my cousins and I would enjoy homemade ravioli while the grown-ups spent time screaming across the table about politics and futbol, my first dog, … Continue reading A LIFETIME WITH IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS : Flavia Genisans