Nowadays stress is blamed for everything but does it have a positive side? When does stress become distress and then how does it affect your health? In this talk, Dr Marilyn Glenville will describe the effects of stress on your health and give you 7 practical ways to reduce it. The talk will also cover how certain toxins are increased by stress and which nutrients are depleted by it. Stress can affect so many different systems in your body including your immune function, nervous system, heart health, skin, digestion, oral health and reproduction. Dr Glenville will explain how you can test to see if stress could be affecting your health.
She is the former President of the Food and Health Forum at the Royal Society of Medicine, a registered nutritionist, psychologist, author and popular broadcaster who obtained her doctorate from Cambridge University.
Dr Glenville is a popular international speaker. As a respected author on women’s healthcare she gives regular talks on radio and frequently appears on television and in the press.
For over thirty years Dr Glenville has studied and practiced nutritional medicine specialising in the natural approach to female hormone problems.
With her special interest in the female hormone cycle, Dr Glenville works with women who suffer menstrual problems such as heavy periods, painful periods, PMS, fibroids, PCOS, and endometriosis, and who wish to work on a nutritional approach to these problems. Dr Glenville also helps couples who are having difficulty conceiving or having recurrent miscarriages, women looking for a natural approach to the menopause, and prevention of osteoporosis.
Dr Glenville works in Harley Street, London and Tunbridge Wells, Kent; and also has practices in Dublin, Cork and Galway in Ireland. For more information on specific health problems see Dr Glenville’s website www.marilynglenville.com.
Dr Glenville is the author of 13 internationally bestselling books many of which have become the standard reference books for practitioners and have sold over 1 Million copies which have been translated into over 20 languages.