Are stress hormones harmful to your brain?
We all know what stress feels like physically but stress kills brain cells, decreases our memory, and learning ability too. However, there are ways to manage it and prevent ourselves from any mental illnesses that could damage our brain.
Would you like to learn practical tools to help you improve your ways of taking care of your brain?
In this episode, our guest, Dr. Isabelle Hunsinger shares how the brain is affected by stress that we acquire from everyday lives.
Dr. Isabel Hunsinger has been a medical doctor since 1991. After her first 20 years of being a medical doctor, she has been studying Functional Medicine, which focuses on the root cause of disease and its treatments. Her husband, Chef Michael is a certified culinary Nutrition Expert and they created the brand Doctoronamission, where they prevent, reverse disease and give hope.
Check out this video to learn how to manage your brain health by taking care of your hormones.
In this interview, you will learn:
00:00 min – Introduction
02:21 min – Why hormones and brain health are important to Dr. Isabel
13:08 min – Dealing with depression and anxiety
15:42 min – Tools and tips to monitor your brain health
18:32 min – Why hormones need to be checked
27:21 min – Effects of different hormones on the brain
29:03 min – Dr. Isabel’s advice
24:08 min – Connect with Dr. Isabel (doctoronamission.com)
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So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:
“Life presents to you situations that you need to learn to be able to do what you want to do. So you got the experience of feeling burnout so that you can help other people burnout.”
– Dr. Rozina
“ I am so grateful I went through this experience because it has taught me so much that we don’t know in medicine about. Brain health..”
– Dr. Isabel
“When we’ve got good brain health, we’re going to have good mental well-being and we can deal with the hurricanes in our life. We can be like a palm tree and a hurricane where we bend, but we don’t break.”
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Remember, understanding how stress affects the brain can help you realize the importance of alleviating it. It is also essential to note to have your hormones checked so you’ll be able to see beyond what interventions you can do for yourself.
So today, will you let stress affect your brain? Or you will try to slow things down and pay attention to the factors that may affect your brain health?
Optimizing your well-being begins with choosing your brain health.
Dedicated to your health and happiness,
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