By the time we reach adulthood, we’ve most likely experienced a panic attack or anxiety attack. Lots of things can trigger mild anxiety; public speaking, worries over a test or work project or concern over a friend or family member’s health or well-being. Just like our tolerance for certain foods, our tolerance for stress is different based on our blood type and yet, even among … Continue reading Managing Mild Anxiety Attacks
Dr. Ginger Nash is a naturopathic physician who worked with Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo at the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine. We are fortunate to have her insight into the connection between blood type and stress and depression. Q: Are individuals of certain blood types more susceptible to different types of depression or anxiety? What causes this? A: One’s blood type can certainly predispose … Continue reading Depression, Stress and Your Blood Type
Exercise is widely considered by health professionals to be an antidote to stress. But what if the type of exercise program you choose is causing stress rather than providing relief? Exercise: One Size Does Not Fit All Dr. Peter D’Adamo believes that individuals have a different physiological response to various types of exercise. In other words, the spinning class that energizes your best friend and makes her feel great may … Continue reading Is Your Workout Making You Stressed? Personalize it.
There’s been a long debate between cat and dog owners over which pet is best, but regardless of your choice of furry friend, studies have shown that have a pet can help to reduce stress levels and live a happier life. Below are a few facts about the emotional benefits of having a feline friend or canine companion! Emotional & Physical Benefits Depression Pet owners … Continue reading Pet Owners Stress Less