In this captivating episode of "Wildfemmes with Emma Maggs," we delve into the fascinating world of functional medicine and psychoneuroimmunology with special guest Dr. Olivia Lesslar. Dr. Lesslar, a renowned functional medicine practitioner, brings her expertise to the forefront as she shares her insights on the multifaceted aspects of health and well-being.

Dr. Lesslar and I engage in a thought-provoking conversation about the importance of de-normalising common ailments in today's society. By challenging preconceived notions about what is considered "normal," they encourage listeners to take control of their health and question the status quo.

One of the episode's highlights is the discussion on imposter syndrome. Dr. Lesslar presents a unique perspective, suggesting that imposter syndrome can be a positive force in our lives. She explains how it can drive us to continually strive for improvement and personal growth, ultimately leading to better health outcomes.

The conversation takes a deep dive into the critical topic of what Dr. Lesslar considers to be the number one bio-hacking tip - great sleep hygiene. She emphasizes the pivotal role that quality sleep plays in our overall health and longevity. With practical insights and tips, she guides listeners on how to enhance their sleep routines, unlocking the potential for a healthier life.

Together, we explore the complexities of the body-mind-spirit connection, shedding light on how addressing the root causes of our health issues can lead to a more vibrant and thriving life.

I could have chatted with Dr. Olivia Lesslar for hours... and I'm sure you'll agree we cover a lot of ground. Could be a case for part 2?

All in the name of staying wild. 

Emma x