We have all kinds of relationships: business, romantic,
Would you ever think that your gut can be affected by your
experience with others? I'm here to tell you that it
Consider the experience of one of my clients, who was
reluctant to meet with a woman his friends thought would be a good
match for him. He had so much anxiety over the date and meeting her
expectations, that he wound up getting gout as a result of all that
stress. When he cancelled the date, within 36 hours his gout
went away...all by itself!
Which shows how connected our physical body is to our
emotional body. The good news is there are techniques available to
help you cope with life's pressures and get through whatever is
stressing you in the moment. Your gut plays a very big role here.
It works like this: Our brain produces a chemical that alerts
our senses to input. Depending on what that input is, the
responding emotion could be joy, anxiety, or simply a feeling of
neutrality. If this emotion is stress, our adrenal glands
produce a stress hormone called cortisol. Excessive production of
cortisol can lead to adrenal fatigue syndrome, producing things
like belly fat, brain fog, and sometimes worse. It all lands
in your gut.
If you are under stress, I'd love to talk to you about how we
can work together to improve your gut health so you can not only
feel physically better, but make the important mindshifts necessary
to stay that way. To combat stress before it impacts your
physical health and help you have better, calmer, more peaceful
relationships with others.
to schedule a complementary session with me.
Which brings me to my guest for this episode of the podcast.
Jill Sherer Murray
specializes in helping people
let go of what's keeping them stuck and where they just don't want
to be. Her TEDx talk called “The Unstoppable Power of Letting
Go” has been viewed by almost 1.5 million people. (You can watch it
and learn more about her at www.letgoforit.com
We had a powerful conversation about how she let go of
a long-term relationship that was sending her down the
path of adrenal fatigue, which leads to weight gain, brain fog,
interrupted sleep, increased anxiety and more. She explains the
connection between the importance of letting go
and the gut, good health, love, and more. You'll really want to
hear this episode!
Once you've listened, I'd love to know what you think. Please
reach out to me so we can set up a complimentary call to discuss
where you are and how we can work together to support you in
managing the stressful relationships in your life without it
affecting your health.
Much Love, Diana.