You have hormones, I have hormones, we all have HORMONES!!! However, we all could use more sleep – and the reality is, per usual, sleep influences everything – including – you guessed it, how our hormones decide to act based on our quality/lack of/amount of sleep… This one is a must watch! Please enjoy and share and ask us any questions you might have in
Doc Parsley and I are back with another video – this time short but sweet and we talk all about stress and sleep, and how these two little words like to dance together – sometimes in a not so graceful sort of way. I’m a victim of the vicious “stress and (lack) of sleep” cycle. I’ve lived it – past and currently present (although I’m
How To Know if Your Sleep Hygiene is Optimal Here’s another wonderful post on sleep by the amazing By Kirk Parsley, M.D.—A.K.A.: Doc Parsley! Probably, most everyone reading this has heard the term “sleep hygiene”, but what does it really mean? It obviously has to do with sleep, but it’s a bit nebulous as to how to do it, and if you’re doing it right.
Note from Sarah: Doc Parsley is back with his next installment on SLEEP! Thank you Dr. Parsley for continuing to provide us all with such valuable information. Enjoy! Sleep and Athletic Performance The most common questions I get asked are usually around shift work, and that’s a can of worms that we won’t get into today. However, the second most common question I get asked
*Note from Sarah: Here’s another guest blog by Dr. Kirk Parsley, M.D., and this week the subject is near and dear to my own heart as it’s pertaining to sleep and kids! I remember calling up my mom when my oldest son (now 20) was a newborn and asking her when I would ever sleep again! She laughed and replied, “Well, never – once he’s
*Note from Sarah: Here is the 2nd installment in the sleep series by guest blogger Dr. Kirk Parsley, M.D.! Please share this important info and as always, enjoy! Sleep, Fat Loss and Appetite I often tell my clients about a quote I heard probably 15-20 years ago. The quote was from Depak Chopra, and while I might be slightly off in my 20-year memory, it
*Today’s post comes from my dear friend Kirk Parsley, MD. Dr. Parsley was recently on our JASSA Podcast with Jason and I and this is the beginning of a blog series that he will be writing for Everyday Paleo which hopefully will help all of us pay more attention to this hugely important component of health called SLEEP! SLEEP: Life’s Most Potent Elixir Guest blog by:
“Paleo Treat.” It’s been a big buzz in the paleosphere these days and I typically live in my own little bubble, ignoring the big buzzes and focusing on taking the best care of my family that I can and using what’s left of my energy dedicated to running this little blog, working on books, and helping to run EPLifeFit. I love doing what I do.
What has happened in our past does not have to dictate our future. We can choose if we want to move forward. We can choose if we are worth it. We can choose if we want to be stuck. I used to find myself feeling as if the hand that life had dealt to me was simply “what it was” and that I was destined
*Note from Sarah: Coby. My oldest son. My teenage hero and the kid that keeps me sane when his little brothers are driving me crazy. I wish I could explain to you what Coby means to me but how could I? It’s like trying to explain the vast expanse of the universe, so I won’t even try. Anyway, I asked Coby a while ago if