CALGARY, Alta., April 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — AOR used the month of March to shed light on the physical and mental components of women’s health. While there are countless studies exploring the connection between mind and body, these waters can be tricky to navigate on your own. With the help of industry experts, AOR looked at ways women can overcome the mental barriers that stand in the way of physical achievement.

Dr NavNirat Nibbler ND, AOR’s podcast host, Supplement health, sat down with two experts to get their perspective on the world of women’s health.

As mentioned, mental health can directly affect the well-being of the body. An example of this that we all know is heartache. After a breakup, women tend to recover more fully than men, but experience greater emotional turmoil from the start. Dr. Arezou Babri, ND, joins the Supplementing Health podcast to share his advice for women checking into the Heartbreak Hotel:

    • “Our thoughts, feelings and beliefs have a direct impact on our biology. The more we learn about the human body, the more examples we have of this mind-body connection. Our brain does not know the difference between a real or a perceived threat so you can literally think of yourself in response to stress… the stress of heartbreak can lead to heart muscle loss or damage and our brain registers the emotional pain of heartbreak the same way that he would do it for physical pain.

The endless benefits of exercise are no secret, but many women can struggle to find the motivation or confidence to do it regularly. Sarah Poulinlifestyle coach and fitness guru, shares her tips for women to take charge of their physical well-being:

    • “I think if there’s one type of exercise you should be doing, it should be walking and resistance training because building muscle is also going to improve and reverse insulin resistance. Weight is really such a small part. When people start to understand how to assess progress outside of that number, how they feel and how they see things… Does weight really matter more?”

For more information, check out AOR’s podcast, Complementary Health, available on all streaming platforms.

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Advanced Orthomolecular Research (AOR), a Canadian company headquartered in Calgary, ABenjoys an established reputation in Canada as the nation’s most advanced dietary supplement formulator. AOR believes that truth and transparency are the most important values ​​that any organization should uphold. It is through ethical discipline and evidence-based science that the company leads and advances the natural health industry. As visionaries, AOR seeks to catalyze change and challenge convention through continuous innovation. AOR exists to create safe, effective and therapeutic solutions from nature, so consumers can always trust products to deliver the right molecule at the right dose, in the right place, at the right time. Visit aor.ca for more information.

SOURCE Advanced Orthomolecular Research (AOR)