David Norris, Chiropractic Physician at Innovative Health and Wellness in Marietta Ohio has Paper Published on Role of Hormones and Exercise

Share Article

A paper entitled "Hormones and Exercise" written by David Norris chiropractic physician in Marietta Ohio has been published in the Journal of the Council on Nutrition of the American Chiropractic Association. The paper sheds new light on the critical interactions of several key hormones and the physiological effects they have on the body during exercise.

Dr David Norris is a chiropractic physician and board certified clinical nutritionist who has studied the nutrition field earning a post doctoral master's degree in human nutrition. He currently sees patients at Innovative Health and Wellness located in Marietta Ohio. Through his studies and clinical experience he has found it very important to understand the complex nature of hormones and the physiological effects of hormones on the body. An entire copy of his paper published in the Journal of the Council on Nutrition of the American Chiropractic Association can be found at http://www.innovativehealthanalysis.com/Meet-the-Doctor.htm. Dr Norris educates his patients on the effects of hormones so that they may utilize targeted strategies to obtain a particular outcome or health goal. Dr Norris also stresses the importance of objective testing in the forms of blood, urine, saliva and stool to identify any deficiencies or imbalances and uses a customized, individualized approach to effectively balance hormones and achieve optimal health.

When people hear the word hormone, many think of testosterone and estrogen. These are very important hormones when considering your health, but in his published paper "Hormones and Exercise," Dr Norris explores several other important hormones such as thyroid hormone, growth hormone, cortisol, epinephrine and norepinephrine. "A hormone is a chemical messenger that signals a target organ or tissue in the body. During exercise, glands are stimulated to increase the production and secretion of many hormones." Understanding the complex interactions that occur during exercise (or any external stressor) could be the key to understanding why many people are unable to achieve their health goals despite sometimes endless diet and exercise.

Often times people have underlying physiological imbalances that go unnoticed for years until a physical sign or symptom appears. These are conditions that do not correct themselves and will get worse over time. Hormonal imbalances are extremely common and are the cause of many diseases. In his paper, Dr Norris states for men, "A deficiency of testosterone is associated with every major degenerative disease." Also many women suffer from an undiagnosed hypothyroid condition that can prevent them from losing weight despite rigorous diet and exercise

If you think you may be suffering from a disorder that is caused by a hormonal imbalance, go to http://www.innovativehealthanalysis.com and fill in your contact information to receive free information. If you are suffering from a chronic disease or if you want to find out if you are at risk for developing a chronic disease such as Type II Diabetes and Hypothyroidism and you would like to learn how to prevent it, schedule an appointment today at Innovative Health and Wellness. Contact Innovative Health and Wellness today and discover if there may be new options for managing your condition that you may not have previously known about.

Dr. David Norris received his Bachelor of Science degree from Marshall University. He graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic. He has completed Post-doctoral studies through the University of Bridgeport and received his Master's of Science Degree in Human Nutrition. He holds a certification as a chiropractic nutrition specialist. Dr Norris is also a Diplomate of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (DACBN). He has completed countless hours of continuing education specifically focusing on metabolic conditions such as Type II Diabetes and Thyroid disorders.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

David Norris
Email >
Visit website