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Are You Stressed?

 

 

Do you remember when you felt energetic and sharp?  You  had a bounce in your step no matter how many tasks were on your to-do list you kept it all straight and checked each one off with ease. But now you're fatigued,  experiencing brain fog,  and having difficulty falling or staying asleep. You're struggling to stay afloat today and can't even think about planning for tomorrow. Your body is sending you warning signals so are you listening? Stress is normal and helps us through intense tasks such as running a race, sitting in traffic or getting through a tough presentation at work,  but when this intensity persists day after day without an end in sight your body doesn't have time to recover and you end up feeling tired, sore, irritable and unmotivated. This is when you realize something must change. Many of the things we do everyday are contributing to our increasing stress levels:  overwhelming work schedules and family commitments,  poor eating habits full of sugar and processed food on the go,  repeated bouts of inflammation from chronic allergies,  illnesses and infections, or late night screen time preventing good sleep. Do any of these sound familiar?  If you're ready to make a change the SOS stress recovery program is here to help.  This program doesn't just focus on your symptoms it helps you and our team  find the root cause of your stress and develop targeted lifestyle and nutritional protocols that will bring your body back into balance, and restore your energy. Transform your stress into success with the SOS stress recovery program.

For more information on the SOS stress recovery program contact us on this website or email info@jeffreymarkmd.com. Stay healthy and take care. 

Jeffrey Mark, M.D.

Author
Jeffrey Mark, M.D. Helping clients with compassionate and comprehensive medical care for over 25 years with 4 board certifications in functional medicine, gastroenterology, internal medicine, and anti-aging/ regenerative medicine . IFMCP, ABIM Gastroenterology, NPAS Internal Medicine, ABAARM.

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