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Our ability to adapt to stress in a healthy way relies on our ability to train our habits and consistently surrender. In this interview, Dr. Motley and Courtney Bursich take a deep dive into stress and how it is communicated and processed in our bodies.
Other topics discussed:
  • How to remind your body to listen to itself
  • Why kids have nervous system related conditions
  • How hormones are made
  • How the body prioritizes certain hormones based on the presence of stress
  • Symptoms of nervous system dysregulation
  • Why we are a gallbladder and liver dominant society
  • How overwhelm and frustration are correlated to your liver and gallbladder
  • How to train your stress management habits
  • EFT tapping, NET, and brain work
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Our ability to adapt to stress in a healthy way relies on our ability to train our habits and consistently surrender. In this interview, Dr. Motley and Courtney Bursich take a deep dive into stress and how it is communicated and processed in our bodies. Other topics discussed: How to remind your body to listen to itself Why kids have nervous system related conditions How hormones are made How the body prioritizes certain hormones based on the presence of stress Symptoms of nervous system dysregulation Why we are a gallbladder and liver dominant society How overwhelm and frustration are correlated to your liver and gallbladder How to train your stress management habits EFT tapping, NET, and brain work Follow @healthinstitute on Instagram! www.instagram.com/healthinstitute Join The Health Institute Newsletter! www.thehealthinstitute.com/wellness-weekly read more read less

9 months ago