Are you ready to live? Really live that feeling good life you desire to live? Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Feeling Good Podcast, it’s great to be alive. On this feeling good day, we talk about infertility and why some women simply can’t get pregnant despite trying and trying. I attribute a lot of these frustrations to hormone imbalances. As I spoke about on some of the previous episodes, stress can play a big factor on your adrenal glands. Get your hormones tested, because a healthy hormone balance is key to getting pregnant.
Key Takeaways from This Podcast:
[3:00] Hormone balance is extremely important for a woman to get pregnant.
[4:00] Stress affects your adrenal glands, which means it can affect your hormones.
[5:00] Dr. Phil recommends you take a hormone test.
[7:20] Keeping your hormones balanced applies to men too!
[8:00] Share this podcast with your friends on Facebook or Twitter using #NaturallyFocused for a chance to win a really nice, comfort colored t-shirt!
[8:45] Discover more about Dr. Phil’s upcoming online course on the 7 keys to living happy, healthy and whole at www.carsonnatural.com/7keys.
[9:35] This episode’s Feeling Good Superhero is Tanya! Tanya was infertile for 5.5 years before she was finally able to get pregnant.
[13:00] Want to read Tanya’s story? Check out her guest blog on the Carson Natural website.
[15:00] Have health questions? Visit carsonnatural.com & click on the ‘Ask Dr. Phil’ microphone to record your questions or email them to [email protected].
Mentioned in This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
Carson Natural Health & Wellness Consulting – Facebook page
Dr. Laura Washington
Email your questions to: [email protected]
Tanya’s Journey to Fertility – Guest Blog Post
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