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How To Recover From a Type A Lifestyle and Bounce Back From Adrenal Fatigue

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Sharon Sayler

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Does everything that use to be easy, now feel hard? Do you wish that the energy you use to have, you could find again? Are you on the go-go track commonly called “Type A,” yet now are fatigued, slowing down, and you just know something isn't right…?

Well, our guest for this episode of The Autoimmune Hour, Tina Thrussell, co-founder of the Shin Dao Institute has an amazing story of surviving to thriving for us. Several years ago, she drove herself into exhaustion and full-blown adrenal fatigue. Her long road to a joyful recovery encompassed a holistic overhaul of every aspect of her life... and she is here today to share her journey and offer suggestions to help you find peace, wellness, and a sense of balance in your life. Tina with share simple ways to make you the first priority and why that’s so important and:

• What is adrenal fatigue? 
• What is the fingernail and tummy test that you must know?
• What do hormones have to do with it?
• What is 'earthing" and why should I do it?
• Why she couldn’t get out of bed for over 3 months and how she changed that...
Plus so many other tips for recovery and fulfillment! 

Tina Thrussel offers people around the world uplifting inspiration and sacred space for personal transformation as a speaker and facilitator of seminars, workshops, retreats, and healing sessions. She is also a Nia Teacher; Writer/Editor; Mindfulness Trainer; a Personal Coach; a Quest Master; a Master Hugger and Lover of Life! Learn more about Tina at www.shindao.com. 

And be sure and join us to be part of her positive energy and contagious enthusiasm that has earned her the reputation as 'The Feel Good Lady,' at www.UnderstandingAutoimmune.com/Tina when we'll get a great big dose of feeling good.

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