Content provided by
Robby Besner, PScD
Joel Rosen, D.C. CFMP
- Adrenal Fatigue Stress and the demand for energy versus what you are able to produce.
- Ways to get back on track Minimize your stimuli.
Robby Besner PSc.D.
Hey everybody, it’s Robby Besner and we’re back with another episode of the healthy hotline. This is part of our Lyme series, we’re gonna be showcasing all of these amazing doctors and PhDs and people with bodies of work that are just incredible. They’re sharing their own experiences either clinically or personally with Lyme, how they got in touch with Lyme, how Lyme found them, either in their practice or in their personal health journey. Today, we have, I have a special dear friend. He’s a local, imagine that in Boca Raton, South Florida. And I wanna introduce Dr. Joel Rosen. He’s an amazing guy, we met a bunch of years ago at a clinic, he was in one of my little breakout groups. I’m looking at him and we kinda like had this little connection, and then I look at his name tag and it says, Boca Raton, where are you? We’re in the same town of, I think it was Chicago, we met somewhere like that. Meanwhile, Dr. Joel has been a great friend.
He is the adrenal ninja, and so all you Lyme is out there, you can’t get away from the stress that the environment has put on us. And no matter how you look at it, you’re symptomatic because you’re toxic. And because you’re toxic, it affects almost every single system in your body, but people kind of forget about how important the adrenal gland is in your systems in order to sort of maintain the integrity of your internal terrain and your internal chemistry. So I brought today a dear friend, a specialist, Dr. Joel Rosen, the adrenal ninja to give us the story about the adrenal piece and share with us some pearls that we hope will just elevate your awareness and make your day. So Dr. Joel, welcome to the healthy hotline.