Lisa Merritt, Author at Weddington Wellness Center

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Thyroid Health

Thyroid Imbalances A healthy thyroid gland produces the exact amount of thyroid hormones needed to keep all these important functions in your body balanced, including your metabolism. Unfortunately, there are many reason why your thyroid may become damaged which can bring on symptoms of sluggishness and weight gain just to name two symptoms.Common imbalances or

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Detox & Weight Loss

The Importance of Proper Detox There is a mind-boggling amount of environmental toxins that impact your body each and every day. Our environment has become incredibly polluted over the last 50 years, brought on by industrial farming practices and general pollution of air, land and sea. When you pair this with stealth infections and compromised

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Adrenal Dysfunction

Does Adrenal Dysfunction Sound Like You? Do you have body aches, fatigue, anxiety, and/or sleep disturbances? Do you need several cups of coffee just to feel awake and start your day? Or maybe you just experience low energy throughout the day? You may have even mentioned it to your doctor, only to be told “it’s

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Chronic Stress and Anxiety

Chronic Stress and Anxiety Do you wake up each day with low energy? Do you notice that small hiccups in your day seem to “set you off” and can cause your heart to pound or feelings of anxiety? Do you notice that you get colds more often and always feel like you’re just trying to

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Cognitive Health

Common Cognitive Symptoms Issues with cognitive or neurological health can involve many symptoms. For example, ones that are accepted as “just part of getting older” – like brain fog or forgetting names to more serious signs of cognitive impairment and enzyme function like dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. We are now realizing through medical research that

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Hormonal Imbalance

Understanding The Endocrine System Hormones, such as estrogen, testosterone, cortisol and insulin are created by endocrine glands and work as chemical messengers throughout your body to accomplish a wide range of important physical and chemical functions – from turning on/off hunger cues to running your reproductive systems, and even influencing emotional states and mood. Your

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