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No More PMS Pain, ‘Leaky Gut’, Foggy Thinking or Unhealthy Skin & Hair: How ‘Being Savvy’ Changed My Life!

Saturday Success Story: Emma shares the impact that ‘Being Savvy’ made on her personal wellbeing!

“Now I am a committed and happy 100% user of the Savvy Team’s recommendations and my quality of life is on a steady improvement curve as a result.

Not only did this plethora of problems disappear but they have never come back even after many years, which I am very grateful for.”

When I first came across the Savvy Team I was twenty-two, a Film School student at TAFE and working full time. One night at work I met Gwen from the Savvy Team and we got chatting after I complimented her on her lovely complexion.

We hit it off immediately and we arranged to meet up as soon as possible, as she mentioned she had information that may help me. I was open to seeing what I could do to improve my health, as I was worried about the direction that my physical wellbeing was heading.

It all sounded like a good idea . . .

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Why Am I SO Tired All The Time?

2 Simple Steps Support Healthy Adrenals

Do you find yourself constantly asking “Why am I so tired all the time?

In addition to feeling exhausted from the time you wake to when you collapse into bed in the early evening, you have other disturbing symptoms:

  1. You find it hard to think clearly, and you feel like you spend your days slogging thru a vat of waist-deep oatmeal, it just takes way more effort than it should for you to accomplish anything.
  2. Despite feeling tired, you also feel edgy, and your emotions are fragile. You get jittery, jumpy, short-tempered, and often get accused of over-reacting, or blowing things out of proportion.
  3. You are emotionally strung-out and unable to cope with conflict and confrontation. Little things upset you more than they should.
  4. On top of all that you startle easily. Something as simple as the phone ringing sends you shooting out of your chair like the house is on fire, heart pounding wildly, and it takes you several minutes to recover and calm down.
 When confronted with stress of any degree, your heart begins to race, your head begins to swim, and you feel as if you are going to have a panic attack.

There doesn’t seem to be any middle ground, you are either dead-dog-tired or on “high alert”. You wonder “Is this is what it feels like to have a nervous breakdown?” After all, your friend with similar symptoms was put on antidepressants . . . so what is going on . . . ? Read More

5 Surprising Ways Stress Affects Health ~ Stress, Anxiety & St John’s Wort

Stress significantly impacts your health, and mostly in negative ways—increasing the risk of heart disease, contributing to weight gain and even causing insomnia and depression.

As if that isn’t bad enough, there are a few surprising health setbacks caused by high levels of stress, such as a weakened immune system in children and even the progression of skin cancers.

Long-term exposure to stress can lead to even more serious health problems. Chronic stress disrupts nearly every system in your body. It can raise blood pressure, suppress the immune system, increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, contribute to infertility, and speed up the ageing process.

Long-term stress can even rewire the brain, leaving you more vulnerable to anxiety and depression.

Here are 5 Surprising Ways Stress Affects Your Health . . .

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Are You Suffering From Adrenal Fatigue?

The 5 Top Reasons People Experience Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal fatigue, also known as hypoadrenia, is a dysfunction of the adrenal glands ultimately resulting in diminished production of adrenal hormones which adversely affects your whole physiology. The syndrome is a group of signs and symptoms which people experience when their adrenal glands are exhausted or overworked and become depleted to the point that they are unable to produce adequate supplies of hormones, in particular cortisol.

Common Signs of Adrenal Fatigue

The most common signs of adrenal fatigue include: continued fatigue, exhaustion, trouble sleeping, trouble getting out of bed, depression, anxiety, sugar and/or salt cravings, weight gain and inability to lose weight, increased effort to do everyday tasks, decreased sex drive, decreased ability to handle stress, light headed when standing up, low body temperature, more prone to colds and flu and less tolerance to stress.  Read More