Stressed? How to support your adrenal glands, naturally

 "I'm Stressed!" We say it all the time, yet it can be hard to really pin down what's really going on in our bodies when we say it, especially if (like for many people) it has become a familiar state of mind & body.

Many organizations and wellness initiatives have sought to tackle the causes, effects, and coping strategies for managing stress, because it has very real consequences not only in our private lives but on workplace productivity. The Canadian Mental Health Association sheds some light on the topic, and has dedicated a portion of their website to helping people understand the signs and symptoms of stress and how to cope, including a stress index test and a number of really helpful articles: http://www.cmha.ca/mental-health/your-mental-health/stress/

Whether you're experiencing it now or in the future, stress is certainly something we all go through - and it is important that we all be armed with some tools to cope with its effects. Naturopathic medicine is a primary health care system that blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine. The naturopathic philosophy is to stimulate the healing power of the body and treat the underlying cause of disease.

For a naturopathic perspective on coping with stress, this upcoming Village Wellness Talk (FREE!) with Suzanne Ho-Miecznikowski (B.Sc., ND) is a must-see:

Stressed? How to Support Your Adrenal Glands, Naturally

Date: October 2, 7-8pm 
Location: The Village Healing Centre, 240 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto ON

Do you feel exhausted, unable to cope with stress, have recurrent infections, poor concentration, fuzzy thinking, or low libido? This collection of symptoms may be caused by adrenal fatigue that results from prolonged stress.

Discover foods, nutrients, herbs, and lifestyle improvements to rebalance and support your adrenal glands.

Your Presenter:

Suzanne Ho-Miecznikowski, B.Sc., N.D.

Suzanne Ho-Miecznikowski is a board-registered naturopathic doctor who has been in practice since 2000. After receiving her BHSc. (Hons) from McMaster University, her lifelong interest in a healthy lifestyle, nutrition and herbal medicine led her to the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM).  In her practice over the past 10 years, Suzanne has cared for people of all ages for a wide variety of conditions. She uses a unique blend of medical science and natural treatments to resolve a broad range of chronic and acute complaints. While she uses nutrition as a foundation for her treatments, she also uses herbal medicine, acupuncture and homeopathy.  Suzanne recommends naturopathic treatments based on the individual patient – taking into consideration physiological, structural, psychological, social, environmental and lifestyle factors. 

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