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Chronic Pain That's Not All in Your Head

Five little words we women hope we'll never hear again in a doctor's office: It's all in your head. Yet that's exactly what was heard for decades when women reported experiencing widespread pain lasting months and accompanied by sleep disturbances, headache, even mood and memory issues. Today, that chronic pain condition has not only been given a name but is finally recognized as a legitimate medical condition: Fibromyalgia.
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Three Tips for Moms to Balance Work and Family

Many women work full-time, juggle PTA meetings and still aim to put a nutritious meal on the dinner table. As a result, it is no surprise that many women are feeling the effects of being pulled in different directions. Here are some simple tips to help us deal with the incessant daily juggle.
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The Best Fixes for Burnout

Constantly overproducing cortisol and adrenaline day after day can eventually lead to that feeling of being "burned out," also known as adrenal fatigue. Although it will take time and patience, your recuperation strategy can be as simple as these steps.
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Can't Beat Fatigue? You May Be Low in B12

Fatigue is one of the most common concerns that initially prompts a new patient to book an appointment at my clinic. While the cause can range from insomnia or excessive stress to food allergies or a hormonal imbalance, more often than not I find that low levels of vitamin B12 (and often iron, which can go hand in hand) are at least partially to blame. The good news is that it's also one of the easiest things to restore and replace.