Donnie DeSanti – How He Got OFF His ADHD Meds Naturally
Donnie DeSanti is a Certified Health Coach. Back in High School Donnie got off his meds and reversed his ADHD naturally after being in Ritalin for 8 years!
Furthermore he went on to help his mom cure her own breast cancer using natural means. After a lifetime of helping others with their diet, lifestyle and nutrition Donnie gained certification as a health coach. He has been helping many people make great life changes that help their whole family have more energy, better sleep, and a healthy weight.
“As a Health Coach, I aim to teach others how to incorporate small changes into their day to day lifestyle to improve the quality of life. You can learn more about my mission here at http://www.donniedesanti.com/about/.”
Donnie DeSanti offers one on one health coaching and creates personalized programs that best fit your needs. He also provides group programs for those who are inspired by group dynamics.
Donnie teaches his clients everything from how to have better sleep habits to fueling the body with nutrients so energy becomes natural, rather than forced. With more productive, long lasting, energy, those daily tasks and responsibilities are manageable, in fact, enjoyable.
Once an individual feels energized with a more positive mindset, one can begin to set weight loss goals and seek a more fulfilling life.
Three Actionable Steps:
1 ) Start Your Day With An Inner Bath
Before coffee, tea, and even food, why not start the day with a warm cup of water with half of a lemon squeezed in? Since our bodies are most dehydrated and most acidic in the morning, the lemon helps flush out the acidity and toxins, while re-hydrating the body. “Most of my clients find this helpful tip the most effective/beneficial addition to their health practice.”
2 ) Kick Up Your Sleep Game
Sleep is one of the most overlooked luxuries we can treat ourselves to. When it comes to a good night sleep, darkness is our friend. Ideally, we should follow the flow of nature by dimming down all the synthetic lights in our life once the sun has set.
Shut down the computer, turn off the TV’s, and put down your phone. When we do not follow the natural nighttime rhythm and subject ourselves to a variety of artificial lights, we are essentially sending a message to our brains, through our eyes, that it’s in fact still daytime. In turn, the obedient body listens and starts to produce more cortisol, the energy hormone, in order to keep us up. To prevent a surge of nighttime energy, make the bedroom as dark as possible at night. Keep the TV and other bright lights outside of the bedroom.
Our difficulty in seeing in the dark should reassure us that we are not night owls, yet we continue to burn the midnight oil. It’s time to set an earlier curfew. When we stay up late, we are missing out on the most crucial hours of sleep. To be specific, studies show the most reparative hours of sleep occur in the beginning hours of the night between 9-11 pm. During this time, our bodies drift off into a deeper sleep state that helps strengthen the immune system, keeps our cells healthy, and produces more efficient energy for the next day.
3 ) Change Your Mindset
A healthier, more fulfilling life starts with the thoughts you have about yourself. Stress is the silent killer inside our bodies and the negative effects are often overlooked. Change your thoughts and you can change your world. Start to be a guardian of what goes through your mind.
Donnie’s Facebook group, Life In Balance Tribe: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LifeInBalanceTribe/