COVID-19 is an unprecedented global health crisis that has completely shifted life as we knew it before, and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
We need to be operating and taking action from the perspective that this is going to be a part of our world and lives for months and even years to come.
The smartest thing we can do is get informed and take action.
It’s not about fear, it’s about knowledge and optimizing the things we can control in order to uphold our health.
This includes taking care of our mental state, because that can be just as impactful on our ability to prevent and fight off the virus as our physical health.
How can we use this time to become healthier?
How do fear and sleep deprivation make us more susceptible?
In this episode, regenerative health specialist, Dr. Heather Smith Fernandez, shares high level health strategies we can use to protect our health.
Get your body as healthy as you can get it, so that your immune system can conquer this before it makes you sick.
- How bad sleep hygiene compromises immune health, your cortisol system and increases your risk of infection.
- Dr. Heather’s high level peptide intervention for virus prevention and optimized health
- How to keep fear at bay in uncertain times
Dr. Heather Smith-Fernandez is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology and is fellowship-trained in interventional pain management with specialty training in orthopedic and spine cell therapies, bioidentical hormone replacement, advanced bio-cellular aesthetics, integrated medicine, sexual health, and preventative medicine.
One of only two physicians in the world licensed to use a proprietary and powerful cell preparation technique for regenerative therapy, Dr. Heather provides comprehensive orthopedic, spine, and advanced cellular treatments at her Regenerative Institute of Medicine in Naples, Florida.
For more information, visit https://drheather.net/.
Heather has also been kind enough to provide my listeners with a free digital gift, a PDF discussing the most common conditions treated with peptides.
Check out this incredible episode full of knowledge bombs from Dr. Heather Smith-Fernandez here.