In this video Lindsay and I discuss the power of the mind and nervous system.
We go through a step by step process in understanding how our thoughts and environment impact the state of our health.
Women are at a higher risk of developing an autoimmune condition, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety and depression.
This often leads to a sex bias vs. fully understanding the difference in how men and women function differently.
Especially when it comes to external stressors.
Be sure to check out this full interview!
It’s so juicy and packed with great info to support you as a female in your healing journey!
To learn more about Lindsay and connect with her, please refer to the information below. Lindsay Mitchell is the founder of Vital-Side, a membership program that empowers those with chronic illness and limbic system impairment to retrain their brain out of the chronic stress response so they can get relief from their symptoms and find freedom in their lives.
Her training in medicine as a physician assistant, work as an NLP practitioner, and experience having recovered from Lyme disease makes her uniquely qualified to assist others in learning how to shift their response and experience positive changes to their symptoms.
More About Lindsay Mitchell
My story of chronic illness
…began as a teen when I tested positive for Epstein-Barr virus. I continued to have a weak immune system during my young adult years.
I went on medical missions to indigenous places like rural Africa while earning my degree in biology. While studying to be a physician assistant in South America, I fell ill to various parasites that kept me fatigued with gut issues after returning to the U.S.
Then my husband found a tick on the back of my neck during a trip to the Redwoods.
This tick bite unleashed the “perfect storm”—a build up of biological and environmental toxins due to years of exposure.
I tested positive for Lyme disease, multiple parasites, systemic candidiasis, and other co-infections.
My doctors told me to make myself comfortable—that my diagnoses were something I’d have to deal with for the rest of my life.
But I rejected this.
I began reading about the brain’s ability to change—a concept referred to as neuroplasticity—and made the decision to begin brain retraining.
This was the one defining decision that changed everything for me.
I was FREE.
Now it’s my mission to help others suffering from chronic illness regain their vitality and live a life of possibility.
Check out the video below for the full interview: