We’re all susceptible to burnout. One day, you’re on top of the world! Crossing tasks off your to-do lists, working out regularly, eating right. Then suddenly, you have a hard time getting out of bed in the morning, need more coffee, and start reaching for sweet treats. In your haze, you notice you’ve been more jumpy, jittery, and exhausted, but you can’t sleep and little stressors fluster you. Life has become overwhelming…

If any of this sounds like you, you might be experiencing burnout! It may feel like this new norm is irreparable but with these seven minor lifestyle adjustments, you can get yourself back on track and feel incredible again!

Step 1: Metabolic Diet & Lifestyle Plan

Unfortunately, that means you’re going to have to cut the sweet treats and midnight fridge raids. The first step to feeling better is reducing blood glucose spikes and dips. Your meals should contain lean proteins (chicken, turkey), healthy fats (avocado, coconut, nuts), and fibrous vegetables (cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts). Lean proteins help clear brain fog and improve memory and focus. Healthy fats provide you with energy, increase vitamin absorption, and encourage hormone production. Fibrous vegetables keep you feeling full longer and stave away afternoon cravings.

Research suggests that intermittent fasting has many benefits for the body, including boosting your metabolism and allowing your body to burn calories and fat between meals! You are allotted an 8-10 hour window in which you can eat, discouraging you from those late-night treats.

Step 2: Take Stress Reset

The adrenal glands are responsible for regulating metabolism, responding to stressors, and supporting the immune system. They do this by producing cortisol and other adrenal hormones. When you’re stressed, your body goes into fight or flight mode. The key to maintaining your cool and fighting off illness is to support your adrenal glands with Stress Reset. Click to ORDER.


Exercise releases endorphins that help improve your mood. It also gets the blood flowing, improving brain function and clearing brain fog. Low-impact exercises like walking, yoga, and light strength training benefit your body more than extreme exercises, like high-intensity cycling, because they don’t overwork your stress glands. Over-exercising, over-thinking, and over-indulging all tax your body and ultimately have no benefits, especially when you’re burnt out.

Step 4: Drink Water

The human body is 60% water so it’s no wonder that dehydration is one of the most common causes of fatigue and decreased brain function. Drinking water with lemon or trace minerals like Celtic or Himalayan sea salt helps with absorption and can be a great pick-me-up when you’re starting to feel sluggish.

Step 5: Find Peace and Quiet in a Private Spot

Just 10 minutes of uninterrupted quiet time can reset your mind, body, and soul. You don’t have to meditate in a cross-legged position. Lying in bed, going for a walk, or even sitting in your car with the seat reclined and your eyes closed will work just as well! Couple this quiet time with some deep, cleansing breaths. You can even make up a mantra to help you get into the mindset like: “Breathe in love, breathe out stress.” Think of this as your time to ground yourself. It should be spent without your cellphone or any other distractions.

Step 6: Prioritize Sleep

Research shows that the body requires a minimum of 7-8 hours of deep, restorative sleep per day, and more when we are stressed. Between 11 p.m. and 2 a.m., the body produces the vital hormones that are responsible for recovery. By staying up late and ignoring your internal body clock, you’re overwhelming your brain, nervous system, hormonal system, and physical body. This prevents your body from properly recovering and stunting its ability to produce necessary hormones to get you through the next day.

Sleep begets sleep! The less you sleep, the harder it is to fall asleep. Create a healthy bedtime routine and enjoy how incredible it feels to wake up feeling refreshed in the morning.

Step 7: Balance Your Hormones

Hormones play an important role in the balance of our lives. The fact is, most adults begin significant loss of hormones after their early 20s. In some people, the depletion is so severe there is no measurable amount of hormones detected in their blood tests. Basically, they are empty.

Options for Treating Hormone Depletion
What do we do about it? Is there a way to restart the engine that keeps our hormones balanced in our bodies? Yes, with our Bio-identical hormone treatment!

Our therapy is personally designed to restore and rebalance your hormones to the levels appropriate for your life and health.

We always ask each patient to self-report their symptoms before and after each treatment to let us know how they are progressing.  You are unique – and your journey to better health must be your own!

You have the tools for recovery from burnout and it’s never too soon to take the first steps down the road to optimal health. Start your journey today!

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