Tune in to the Wellness in San Diego podcast for weekly conversations with local biz owners + changemakers across food, health, movement, wellbeing + spirituality. This week Dr. Chantal Davis, a licensed acupuncturist and Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, shares how small changes can help balancing hormones at all stages of life.
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Season 2, Episode 12: Balancing Hormones At All Stages of Life
As we age, change + grow, so do our hormones. Dr. Chantal Davis, a licensed acupuncturist and Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), has been helping women adjust to their current stage of life and prepare for their future years ahead through Chinese Medicine, nutrition + lifestyle changes.
Dr. Chantal strongly believes in taking a personalized approach when working with clients to meet them where they are but there are general words of wisdom that she shares with us on this episode, including:
- how hormonal imbalances may be common but are not necessarily “normal”
- that small shifts in your diet, sleep, exercise and stress can lead to big changes
- how stress can lead to fertility issues
- how TCM can help to restore balance after postpartum
- body changes that signal that you’re in perimenopause
- the value of tracking your cycle
- how to find an acupuncturist that’s right for you
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