What are 3 foods to avoid in your daily diet? How does food affect your mental health? In this episode Susan is joined by Dr. Uma Naidoo, Harvard Nutritional Psychiatrist & Best-Selling Author as they discuss the connection between the food we consume & our brain function and how we can implement this knowledge to eat a healthier, more balanced diet. Dr. Naidoo shares her easy go-to recipes, ways to lower anxiety through diet and the power of meal prepping in adopting healthy eating habits.
A relaxing sleep environment is essential for a good night’s sleep. In this episode Susan is joined by Julie Wright, the founder of Wesleep and author of The Natural Sleeper. Julie shares how her personal struggle with sleep led her to become a sleep educator and ambassador. Susan and Julie discuss how to create a comfortable sleep environment, such as optimal room temperature for a restful sleep, whether it’s a good idea to use sleep tracking devices and how often you should replace your mattress. They also talk about the connection between cognitive behavioral therapy and sleep and how to stay away from sleeping pills by using natural solutions.
To learn more about Julie Wright and WeSleep: www.wesleep.co.uk
In the 6th episode of the podcast you will hear from Stephen Sokoler, CEO and Founder of Journey Meditation, which works on helping people lead healthier, happier lives.
Stephen shares how he found his path to meditation far away from home and how it ultimately led him to start his own company. Susan and Stephen discuss effects of loneliness on our body and mind, how meditation has become more accepted now and what proactive mental health & self-care mean for Stephen. Hear about what helped Stephen with building a virtual team, keeping organization healthy & growing during the past year.
Listen in and leave inspired! To learn more about Journey Meditation, visit: Journey.live
In this episode Susan is joined by Jennifer Maynard, CEO & Co-founder of Nutrition for Longevity, a farm-to-table meal delivery service to discuss how diet impacts our immune health and gut function, the plant-based eating trend and more. Jennifer shares her tips on adopting healthy eating habits as a family and the importance of keeping the body in balance during COVID and beyond.
Learn more about Nutrition for Longevity: https://nutritionforlongevity.
In this episode Susan talks to Kali Patrick, Sleep Wellness Coach at Journey into Health, about the reasons why people struggle with getting good sleep and what lifestyle habits can contribute to ongoing sleep challenges. They also discuss common questions about sleep: Is napping good or bad for you? What is the best time of the day to exercise for a better good night's sleep?
Listen in and leave inspired! You can learn more about Kali Patrick at https://kalipatrick.com/
Susan’s guest today is Julie Wald, CEO and Co-Founder of Namaste Wellness, who shares how she pivoted her career to corporate wellness after 9/11. Susan and Julie talk about burnout, loneliness during the pandemic, the importance of self-care and how small changes can make a big difference.
Listen in and leave inspired!
Learn more about Namaste Wellness at https://www.namastewellness.
In this episode of the SENSe of Wellness podcast, Susan is joined by Dr. Antonio Webb, a fellowship - trained spine surgeon, located in San-Antonio, TX. They discuss the importance of exercise for spine health, reasons why walking is so beneficial, and tips to get moving more during the pandemic. Dr. Webb also shares why he chose orthopedic surgery and his daily wellness and gratitude practices. Listen in and leave inspired!
To find Dr. Webb: linktr.ee/antoniowebbmd