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The Link Between Mental and Hormonal Health (Ft. Alisa Vitti)

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It's no secret that women in our society are on the go all the time - whether it’s because we’re working, transporting the kids to countless activities, taking care of the house, or doing countless other activities on our calendar.

The pressure to be productive has caused us to pursue hamster wheel lifestyles with little rest.

On top of it all, we're often told that if we want the best health or fitness, we should cut calories, do HIIT workouts, and try intermittent fasting (spoiler alert: these practices are based on research done on men, not women, and can be harmful to women's hormonal health).

But how does busyness and fitness affect our hormonal health? And how do our hormones change our mental health?

In this episode, Jordan talks with hormone expert Alisa Vitti about the connection between our cycles, hormones, nutrition, fitness, and mental health.

Tune in to this episode to learn:

  • How the pressure to do it all and our busy schedules affect our hormonal health
  • The importance of understanding that women are underrepresented in biological research
  • Why popular biohacking strategies, workout programs, and diets aren't the best option for women
  • The way caffeine affects our hormones and what to do if we're reliant on caffeine
  • How the knowledge that our hormones are cyclical should affect how we prioritize our tasks
  • The link between mental health and hormones and what practical things can we do to improve our mental health

Want to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:

  continue reading

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Manage episode 402196081 series 2650280
Innhold levert av Jordan Lee Dooley. Alt podcastinnhold, inkludert episoder, grafikk og podcastbeskrivelser, lastes opp og leveres direkte av Jordan Lee Dooley eller deres podcastplattformpartner. Hvis du tror at noen bruker det opphavsrettsbeskyttede verket ditt uten din tillatelse, kan du følge prosessen skissert her https://no.player.fm/legal.

It's no secret that women in our society are on the go all the time - whether it’s because we’re working, transporting the kids to countless activities, taking care of the house, or doing countless other activities on our calendar.

The pressure to be productive has caused us to pursue hamster wheel lifestyles with little rest.

On top of it all, we're often told that if we want the best health or fitness, we should cut calories, do HIIT workouts, and try intermittent fasting (spoiler alert: these practices are based on research done on men, not women, and can be harmful to women's hormonal health).

But how does busyness and fitness affect our hormonal health? And how do our hormones change our mental health?

In this episode, Jordan talks with hormone expert Alisa Vitti about the connection between our cycles, hormones, nutrition, fitness, and mental health.

Tune in to this episode to learn:

  • How the pressure to do it all and our busy schedules affect our hormonal health
  • The importance of understanding that women are underrepresented in biological research
  • Why popular biohacking strategies, workout programs, and diets aren't the best option for women
  • The way caffeine affects our hormones and what to do if we're reliant on caffeine
  • How the knowledge that our hormones are cyclical should affect how we prioritize our tasks
  • The link between mental health and hormones and what practical things can we do to improve our mental health

Want to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:

  continue reading

310 episoder

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