6 Tips for Surviving the Time Change

The time change can be exhausting, but with these six tips, you can make the transition smoother. Start adjusting your sleep schedule early by going to bed and waking up 15-30 minutes earlier each day. Be mindful of your caffeine intake, as it can disrupt your sleep schedule. Get as much sunlight as possible to help reset your body's clock and maintain energy levels. Stay active, and hydrated, and limit exposure to electronic devices, as blue light can disrupt sleep patterns. Finally, incorporate essential oils, such as Lavender, Cedarwood, and Peace & Calming, into your routine to promote relaxation and a peaceful night's sleep. With these tips, you'll be well-equipped to navigate the time change with ease and guarantee restful nights of sleep.

Exhausted and Stressed? It Could Be Adrenal Fatigue

Through my years of working with women, I have observed a recurring issue: exhaustion and stress.   Adrenal Fatigue is a legitimate and widespread problem. If you continually feel stressed, fatigued, or suffer from brain fog and mood swings, do not worry, there are ways to restore your health and vitality.

Adrenal fatigue refers to a condition where the adrenal glands can no longer meet the demands of stress and produce an adequate amount of hormones, such as cortisol. This can result in a wide range of symptoms including fatigue, insomnia, brain fog, and weakened immune function. Fortunately, there are natural ways to support and reverse adrenal fatigue, helping you regain vitality and balance.