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“How you start your day is how you live your life.” – Louise Hay

Have your hormones been hijacked?

Suffering from migraines for 15 years, Author, Functional and Women’s Hormone Practioner, and Essential Oil Expert, Dr. Mariza Snyder, was simply told that she would have to live with the chronic pain until she realized that we do have control over our health and we can make powerful changes.

On this episode of the Small Changes Big Shifts Podcast, Dr. Mariza is teaching us an important lesson – that we need to focus on ourselves and our own health first before giving to others.

Dr. Mariza learned this on her own when she realized that she wasn’t showing up as her best self to really give her patients the attention and energy they needed from her. Pushing through the fatigue every day, she came to the conclusion that it was time to heal her body and balance her hormones. Using an integrative approach through essential oils, nutrition, supplementation, and shifting her mindset of what health meant to her, she began to heal herself.

Listen and find out how you can become the CEO of your own health by stepping up and taking more responsibility for your own health rather than relying on other people such as conventional doctors because many of our symptoms or complaints can be dismissed or misdiagnosed.

Dr. Mariza also dives into how we can be more mindful of our environment and the products we use every day on our skin and in our homes.

Rather than relying on these highly chemical-packed products, learn how you can begin to utilize essential oils to create a non-toxic home, change your mood, boost your health, support your emotions, and reduce your stress levels.

SPECIAL BONUS! In this episode, Dr. Mariza shares her favorite essential oil recipes for hand soap, body butter, face wash, and hair growth along with her Super Woman blend which helps to balance your hormones, support emotional wellbeing, reduce cramps, and help hot flashes.

“Find out what you should look for in an essential oil product including the price, whether or not they disclose where their oils come from, who is growing them, and what type of purification practices they follow.As I began to love myself I freed myself of anything that is no good for my health – food, people, things, situations, and everything that drew me down and away from myself. At first, I called this attitude a healthy egoism. Today I know it is “LOVE OF ONESELF”.” – Charlie Chaplin

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