YOUR RESULTS -- You May Have Low Cortisol
In constant need of a nap, dependent on coffee to get through the day and struggling to get out of bed in the morning? While these low cortisol side effects are certainly not fun, don’t fret love, as there’s plenty you can start doing about it.
Here’s a few tips + tricks to get you started —
+ Try this 28-Day Hormone Balance Reset Plan to help you optimize the phases of your cycle, support your endocrine system, stabilize your blood sugar + naturally balance your hormones
+ Add in more healing, nutrient-rich foods like bone broth, wild-caught fish abundant in omega-3’s or probiotic-rich foods like coconut yogurt. This Gut-Healing Chicken Korma or Eggplant Curry will do the trick.
+ Work to support fatigued adrenals by developing a nightly sleep routine, and consider supplements like 5-HTP or a B-Complex Formula (*I highly recommend consulting with your practitioner on these first)
+ Sneak in relaxing forms of self-care daily. This could be keeping your calendar open (i.e. saying no to social obligations), a yoga flow, meditation practice or walking outside
+ Seek out the most effective testing methods to get more concrete answers
Thank You for taking the Quiz
If you found this quiz valuable, I hope you’ll share it with your friends, family, community or anyone that might be not be feeling quite like themselves lately. Because while these symptoms are all common, that doesn’t mean they should be normal.
Thanks and sending you and your tribe all the healthy vibes.