Have you been here? You flash a quick forced smile at the other moms at the pickup line at school and desperately hope they do not notice how fake the smile feels to you. You relive the whole encounter the whole car ride home and you feel like a complete imposter, you struggle to silence the constant thoughts that are taunting you so that you can listen to your kid tell you about their day. Staying composed is very difficult- giving it your all so that you don’t let yourself spiral out of control.
Have you ever felt this way?
Maybe it’s something that creeps in occasionally or maybe it’s something you’ve been feeling on the daily. Depression and anxiety can make even the most grounded and chill person feel like a complete imposter who has sneakily hijacked their life.
If you struggle with anxiety and depression you aren’t alone.
Anxiety disorders affect an estimated 40 million people in the United States, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.
An estimated 17.3 million adults in the United States have at least one major depressive episode per year with the prevalence of those occurring predominantly in women- what is the difference?
Many many women come to me as a client feeling embarrassed, frustrated, overwhelmed, and sometimes hopeless about the depression and anxiety symptoms that have been trying to hijack their lives.
I am all about empowering and educating women to live their best most healthy and vibrant lives and I am committed to being here every step of the way to support you through the process.
Have you ever wondered if hormone imbalances contribute to your feelings of depression and anxiety? Many factors that can impact depression and anxiety, and a hormone imbalance may be your cause. An imbalance in cortisol, thyroid, estrogen, progesterone, or testosterone can be a problem, especially if your depression or anxiety is new or suddenly worse than usual.
There are many things that you can implement without help with a professional! Take action now implementing these habits:
So what can you do if you think you might have a hormonal imbalance that is causing symptoms of anxiety or depression? It all starts with checking your hormone levels using accurate testing. Standard laboratory evaluation is typically NOT adequate but specialty testing can determine if your levels are balanced. The Bliss Method is all about identifying your root causes, strategically strategizing, and empowering you to navigate your hormone fluctuations.
Many times, it is not about "treating" the hormones but uncovering your specific needs!
After working with Tina, who felt like she had lost herself and had a short fuse. She was able to identify that her estrogen/progesterone balance was severely off, she was able to find enjoyment in her family again!
The Bliss Method does not just look at the symptoms but tries to find the deeper issue and approaches each individual as unique. This approach benefits many aspects of your life!
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