So yesterday I spoke about being in a stress-free zone.
And this must be the case because stress switches on stress hormones which further switch on sex hormones which then results in a hike in…
So what’s the culprit here?!
Well, one huge culprit is a stress hormone called Cortisol.
For PCOS sufferers cortisol is often raised.
So how do you lower cortisol levels?
Well, to lower cortisol levels you need to look at your external environment.
And in tomorrow’s email, I’ll talk about your external environment.
What’s happening outside your body and could that affect what’s happening inside?
We’ll talk about that tomorrow.
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See you tomorrow! 👋
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Hello, I’m Cheryl. I’m a Yoga Teacher and Nutritionist (Nutritional Therapist).
I’m diagnosed with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) and Graves Disease (an autoimmune disease).
I understand how it feels to live with chronic illnesses!!!!
I’ve had fantastic results using nutrition and yoga and want you to have fantastic results too!!
I help people with nutrition and movement so they can feel more radiant and energised!